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.

A look back at Open Arms 2019

A look back at Open Arms 2019

As we come to the end of 2019 we’d like to thank you for your support this year. Your contributions have provided life-changing care in Malawi for nearly twenty years.

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Last posting dates for Christmas 2019

Last posting dates for Christmas 2019

Please note, any orders received after Wednesday 18th December, we cannot confirm that they will be received in time for Christmas.

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Support for families affected by Cyclone Idai

Support for families affected by Cyclone Idai

Thanks to your help we have raised over £18,000. This has provided extra support to the families on our outreach programme who have taken in an additional child from Open Arms.

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Donate your stamps to Open Arms Malawi to raise additional funds

Donate your stamps to Open Arms Malawi to raise additional funds

We are calling upon everyone, companies, schools and individuals from across the whole of the UK to collect and donate stamps to raise valuable funds to help support the disadvantaged babies and children in our care.

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Take part in the Scottish Christmas Charity Festival and fundraise for Open Arms Malawi!

Take part in the Scottish Christmas Charity Festival and fundraise for Open Arms Malawi!

On Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December 2019, the Great Scottish Christmas Charity Festival will celebrate its 12th year in Inverleith Park, Edinburgh. With over 30 charity stalls to browse around (and tea, coffee and snacks to keep you warm), Open Arms Malawi would like to invite you to take part in one of the weekend activities!

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A new opportunity for community partnerships

A new opportunity for community partnerships

The World Food Programme estimates that malnutrition costs Malawi US$597 million a year, or 10.3% of GDP. Education can provide a route out of poverty, but Malawi’s schools have amongst the worst teacher pupil ratios in the world. Over 70% of Malawi’s children do not progress to secondary education, because they need to help cultivate crops, care for sibling or bring in a family income.

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