Welcome to our latest blogs

Welcome to our latest blogs

Your source of information and updates from Malawi and our supporters around the world.

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From seeing how our children are developing, the amazing support we get from our fundraisers to understanding the ins and out of running Open Arms, we’ve got it covered here.

Veronica’s cycle for Malawi!

Veronica’s cycle for Malawi!

Long time supporter Veronica is currently cycling all the way from Land’s end in Cornwall to John O’Groats at the top of Scotland! She is taking on his immense journey to raise money for Open Arms Malawi

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The security of a family

The security of a family

Having a secure family unit can influence and shape behaviour but will also help develop a child’s physical and emotional needs.

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Support for Atupele

Support for Atupele

Atupele's house has been selected to be rebuilt as part of our floods response. We are able to help her and her family thanks to the generous and immediate support that you have shown to our appeal. Read her story here.

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Jasmine's farewell from the fundraising team

Jasmine's farewell from the fundraising team

What a journey it’s been, working with and for all the people of Open Arms since 2008! Once more it’s time for me to say goodbye but not forever as I leave the UK fundraising team to manage the charity my parents founded. Thank you to all the friends and supporters who have made my time at Open Arms so exceptional.

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Charlie, Tim, and Theo’s drive of a lifetime!

Charlie, Tim, and Theo’s drive of a lifetime!

This summer Charlie, Tim, and Theo have set themselves the challenge of driving 10, 000 miles over 21 different countries, all to raise money for Open Arms Malawi! As well as this, the guys will be climbing a mountain in every country they pass through and sharing their journey on social media. They hope to raise at least £3,000 so would greatly appreciate any donations and support!

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A state of emergency

A state of emergency

Strong winds and widespread flooding have destroyed infrastructure, wiped away crops, caused loss of life and affected an estimated 2.6 million people in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The aftermath of these floods will be felt through 2019 and well into 2020. Mrs Phiri and Kondwandi travelled to Chikwawa and Nsanje to make an assessment of eight families living where flood damage is most severe.

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