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Storm damage

Lone Aubi is the 8th Gogo from Kachere CBO whose house has collapsed in the excessive rain last weekend. She lives with her 4 grandchildren. She narrated how she narrowly escaped death because the house fell just after she had gone out to use the toilet then on return she found the wall of her house had collapsed.…

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Maize distribution

Distribution of maize at Kachere Community Based Organisation Gogo group for the month of January. Food aid had to be brought in for the 92 poorest gogos ( grandparents) and their families after their crops failed due to an infestation of army worms.

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One happy pupil

Precious Ntibula, SAFE's monitoring and evaluation officer was able to get some text books for Trinity Bandawe of Masongola Secondary School to help her with her studies. Here she is receiving the books SAFE-UK has bought for her.She was all smiles thanking SAFE for the good job done.She promises to work…

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Trinity Bandawe

When I visited Trinity Bandawe at Masongola secondary school my heart melted and I wanted to bring her home in my suitcase! She told me of the challenges that she faces daily with a lack of text books to help her study as pupils are expected to provide their own. With her Mum working on the streets…

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Pupils at Mulunguzi

It was such a pleasure to be able to meet these 7 pupils who are studying at Mulunguzi Secondary school, thanks to bursaries from SAFE-UK supporters. Form 4 student, Veronica Muthipo, 3rd from the right, is now head girl and was telling me of her…

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Compost making

46 gogos each received 10kg of fertiliser and MKW3000 for buying chicken droppings to help them make their compost. These gogos will be using their compost when they plant their maize seeds later this year.

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Sewing Machines

Cathy Cheonga , the Regional Director of SAFE, collected the sewing machines and other goods sent out by container from UK thanks to a contact with Birmingham Diocese.

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SAFE-Life Youth

Cathy Cheonga ( centre 2nd row with white headscarf) with the youth and some of the young mothers of Kachere at a meeting of the SAFE=Life youth club with the young mothers to discuss a business plan to generate income for the community.

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Moira Chimombo retires

On July 2nd, after 10 years as Executive Director of SAFE in Malawi, Moira Chimombo has passed on the baton of leadership to Happy Makala. On the same day that Moira retired and Happy began his duties as SAFE's Execuitive Director, Dick Day's body was laid to rest in Makungula village where Charlotte began the first…

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