Makinile Jeremia’s success story

Makinile Jeremia’s success story

Contributed by Dorothy Limbanga Mr Jeremia Makinile aged 55 lives in Lumwira village TA Kachindamoto, Dedza. He is one of the 900 beneficiaries of the Welthungerhilfe supported Multisectoral food and Nutrition for Yong Smallholder Farmers Project. He initially learnt...

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Eleanor Howard: Volunteering experience at Kusamala

Eleanor Howard: Volunteering experience at Kusamala

Contributed by Eleanor Howard, a student at Marquette University in Wisconsin, U.S.A., majoring in Environmental Engineering. This summer, (winter in Malawi) I was given the amazing opportunity to be an intern at a local non-governmental organization in Malawi called...

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Integrated household approach: away with food insecurity

Contributed by Davie Phiri On 21st March, 2019, The Multisectoral food and nutrition security project (1015) conducted a field day in Chilembwe village, T/A Nankumba in Mangochi District with a purpose of showcasing to distinguished stakeholders the various...

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Hannah Uther: Volunteering at Kusamala Institute

Hannah Uther: Volunteering at Kusamala Institute

 Contributed by Hannah Uther From Germany to Malawi, from student life to volunteering, from temperate climate to subtropical climate! On 10th August 2018 I boarded a plane in Hamburg, my home town in Germany, and flew to Lilongwe, the capital city of Malawi, to spend...

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My Volunteering Experience at Kusamala

My Volunteering Experience at Kusamala

Contributed by Vivian Hoving. I have had the pleasure of working as a volunteer at Kusamala for eight weeks, doing an individual research about organic fruits and vegetables. Most of my days I spent working at the shared office, this is located within the office...

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