Mussa Aula


I met Mussa Aula at Mulunguzi Secondary School in September 2014. He was so excited to be starting secondary school thanks to the generosity of one of SAFE-UK's sponsors. Mussa's father deserted the family when his mother was expecting him and his…

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Tea party

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SAFE-UK held an afternoon tea party at the St Barnabas Centre. Sixteen volunteers each hosted a table and invited seven other guests. Over £1300 was raised which will keep the gogos in fertiliser for another year and provide more knickers…

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Bamboo in Zomba

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The majority of households in Malawi use firewood or charcoal for cooking and heating, but current charcoal production is unsustainable and puts heavy strain on forest reserves in the country. By utilizing local, fast growing bamboo, the…

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SAFE-UK helps deaf pupil

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Shaibu Lamusi, a student at Masongola, was advised by the special needs teacher that he needed a low-powered hearing aid for his left ear. SAFE-UK was able to provide the finance so that he could get the hearing aid straight away rather than have to wait for other funding.

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Need for knickers appeal

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One of the things that touched our hearts while visiting Malawi was to learn why the girls fall behind the boys in attainment in school; the reason is a simple lack of knickers and sanitary protection. In primary school it is not uncommon…

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CBCC at Samuel Makoka

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A funding application has been successful to build a community-based childcare centre (CBCC) within the rural community of Samuel Makoka, where pre-school children are currently taught under a…

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