Serving the most vulnerable in rural Malawi
Malawi is regarded as one of the poorest countries in the world; in the remote regions, there’s acute poverty, widespread hunger and malnutrition.
Aid Africa, a small UK charity, powerfully impacts Malawi’s rural areas by running an integrated group of projects, each tailored to local need, designed to empower communities and help individuals in our target group: orphans, the elderly, those living with disabilities and the AIDS-affected.
food and shelther to the frailest
safe water, education, and training to empower communities
self-sustainability over dependency
Our focus this month...
Back to Malawi!....
Later in February, Dave & Lynda - who founded Aid Africa 20 years ago - are flying back out to Malawi to monitor progress, encourage staff and implement fresh projects.
“As usual, It'll be a hot and uncomfortable few months”, said Lynda, “but we're really looking forward to being back among friends, clients and staff in the "Warm Heart of Africa", and we’re hoping to be able to share innovative solutions to help the vulnerable”.
The situation remains highly challenging in the rural areas, with increasing wide-spread hunger and many tragic problems still associated with the devastation caused by the cyclone last year.
“The prospects for the trip are daunting”, added Lynda, “so we’d highly value your help— if you could support practically, just click the “Donate Now" button and we’ll ensure your donation makes a significant difference in the lives of some of the world’s poorest.”
Any amount is welcome and greatly appreciated...
...... and to enable us to continue to empower some of the poorest people on the planet, would you urgently consider setting up a monthly Standing Order to partner with us? See our Donations Page for more info....
Thanks from the elderly!
On the periphery of society, with little to no income and often caring for orphans, the older folk struggle with poverty, poor health and limited access to food.
But with your help, last month, alongside other projects, we hosted 2 Elderlies’ Luncheons. Here, on site, 60 vulnerable older folk were invited to enjoy a nutritious meal and a cheerful social celebration.
The food was great, but the chance to sing, dance and chat even better!
Thank you for your help….
A variety of programmes, each a response to local challenges, together serving thousands.