Mtandile

The Impact of Medical Transport

Some of you may have noticed “medical transports” as one of the ways we serve vulnerable orphans and widows in our WOW Communities. To illustrate just how important this is, we’d like to tell you about Margaret. Margaret is an an elderly widow in Njewa and one of our home-based care patients. This means that […]

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15 Minutes Away

Our Malawian partner, Keta, explains what is happening just 15 minutes from her house.  

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What about the men?

At its core, our ministry is about vulnerable women and children in sub-Saharan Africa – and for important reason. Though overall global progress has been made in reducing infection rates and deaths related to HIV & AIDS, it is the women of sub-Saharan Africa that remain highly vulnerable and impacted by the disease and the […]

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Working Together to Handle a Crisis

Our rape crisis counsellors don’t just encourage and counsel their clients, but also each other and that is what makes the program so strong. Today they discuss Galatians 5:22-26 (22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law. 24 And those who are […]

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A young leader making waves (Mtandire)

When we first met Loveness, her family was on the brink of eviction from their humble dwelling in the slums of Mtandire. With her father paralyzed and unable to work, her mother’s meagre earnings from selling charcoal at the market weren’t enough to support the family. Today, her life has radically transformed, and she credits […]

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