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Esme will soon be six years old. The youngest of four children, she was referred to Open Arms Mangochi at just three months old when her mother died.
Volunteers from Johnson & Johnson family of companies travel out to Malawi each year to support our projects.
I cannot believe that it is almost a year since I last wrote; where has all that time gone? Since I owe you all a whole year of gratitude, let me begin by thanking you.
When the idea of a charity cycle ride in Malawi was first suggested there were all sorts of reasons for it to be a good idea. Read part one of this two part blog to hear about the ups and downs of Cycle Malawi.
Read on for part two of this two part story and hear how this epic five day challenge ended with cyclists, staff and the children of Open Arms Malawi.
Last month was a busy month in Mangochi with three new arrivals in the same week. Grace Chisala was referred to us after being completely abandoned.
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