Antonio and Norman with FOMCO children in late October 2016

Coordinated by Dennis Singini, WorldHope Corps staff and volunteers–Dennis Kelvin Zulu, Martha Cavazos,Norman and Antonio Kroger–visited two orphan care centers and several rural villagesin northern Malawi in October/November to assess community needs and provisions. 

Kelvin Zulu is Program Assistant for WorldHope Malawi.  He also is a gifted and committed teacher who for the past 10 years has instructed children without parents at FOMCO–an orphan care and feeding station in Mzuzu historically supported by WorldHope Corps. Due to lack of designated funds, we are not able to provide enough food and medical assistance to this worthy project.  

Martha and Dennis visit Children at Kakholi primary school who meet for class under a tree. 


Norman and Antonio Kroger
 (friends of WorldHope Corps  since Toni was a High School Exchange student from Germany in the Laird-Christensen household), visited the orphan care center,  witnessed the hardships first hand, and generously supplied school supplies for more effective learning. 

Norman pumps clean water for the women waiting in
line near one of the orphan care centers and schools  
Toni tries her hand in pumping clean water with women who waited more than an hour for their turn.
This deep water well (borehole) serves 12
villages and more than 2000 families.


Martha Cavazos,
a
n American volunteer, (who had first come to Malawi during a
WorldHope Corps mission trip when she was a teenager), returned to Mzuzu last
month and visited the children of FOMCO and another orphan care center– Kachere in Doroba–whose cupboards are bare and could use some aid.  

Martha Cavazos met the Orphans at Kachere in Doroba in Malawi in mid October

 During Martha’s visit, an employee of
Build-on, an NGO which builds schools in the rural areas, accompanied Dennis and Martha on their visits to Kakholi Primary Schooland other village areas under consideration for drilling new community wells once sponsors are identified and resources made available.  Theyassessed water issues in the community in the context ofpopulation,
nearest water source, current practices, incidence of sickness due to water-born diseases, hygiene, nutrition, need for mosquito nets, and training needs.  Jinda was selected as the most needed place for WorldHope Corp’s next village well.  

 This village Classroom needs a new roof before the rainy season starts

Sponsors are needed for nutrition, nets and clean water in Jenda.  

  • School Supplies ($300)
  • Nutritional aid ($500)
  • Staff support for Net Distribution ($4,000)
  • New Village Well ($10,000)

Orphans play at the center using locally made materials

Martha greets pupils at Kakholi primary school in Jenda area–

where we plan to drill our next village well

An open well which school children in Jenda drink from when it rains. 

But muddy rain water is not healthy.  They need a deep, clean water source for the community

WorldHope Corps will drill our next borehole here!

Please consider making a contribution today–on GivingTuesday–either by mail or online. Thanks!


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