Anti-malaria Mosquito Nets Distributed in Malawi to Families in Need

WorldHope Corps Malawi completed its assigned distribution of 1000 anti-malaria mosquito nets this month to 11 villages, 6 Community Based Organizations (CBO) and one prison in northern Malawi—thanks to the generosity of sponsors in Berkeley and at Holman UMC in Los Angeles.   So many parents and guardians are happy and thankful for the ‘household to household’ gifts of high-quality, safe, insect repellant, mosquito nets purchased in behalf of sponsors in the USA.   Due to

Two More Village Wells in Malawi

“Water is life”, as they say in Africa. Children especially need to drink clean water so that they don’t get sick or die of water-born diseases. Most women and children in Malawi walk 3-5 kilometers every day to the nearest water source to fetch a can of water-which is not always fresh and clean. WorldHope Corps believes that every family should have access to clean water andevery village should have their own well. Since 2007, WorldHope Corps