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Just 800m from Open Arms Mangochi is Nansenga. Nansenga is a very poor village, with most of its inhabitants depending on fishing on nearby Lake Malawi.
One of our volunteers, Catherine Temple has recently come back from her time in Malawi. She has shared her photos with us and there are some great shots of the children.
This is a short film made by the first J&J group in Mangochi this year who started the construction of our sixth Feeding Station. Enjoy!
The Sandi Rehabilitation Assessment and Therapy Centre is a new clinic that provides the support needed by two of our children, Edina and Kandichere, and will help us to make sure that they continue to have the best chances at life.
Gladys and Adidya, live in Nansenga village. As babies they were cared for by Open Arms Mangochi. They have “graduated” from Open Arms and returned to their extended family in the village.
My sister Andrea invited me to go with her on her fourth trip to Malawi last October and I could not have been more excited and thrilled if I had won the lottery.
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