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Michelle's coffee morning

Many thanks go to Michelle Jackson, who helps me out with IT support for SAFE-UK. She hosted a coffee morning in aid of the food relief campaign. Including gift aid just over £330 was raised which means another 11 gogos and their families will be able to receive maize during the 6 hungry months from November to April.…

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Coffee morning

You are invited to a

Coffee morning

Wednesday October 5th 9.30-12.30

59, The Shearers, CM23 4AZ

Raising funds to feed the rural…

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Junior Certificate Success

I met these 3 students when I visited Masongola at Easter. It was so good to hear that Chrispin Kananji (far left) and Patrick Medi (2nd from the left) have passed their Junior Certificate. Shaibu Lamusi is still waiting to hear about his MSCE (Malawian Secondary Certificate in Education).…

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Shaibu Lamusi

Shaibu Lamusi (left) a student who has recently completed his 4 years of secondary school education at Masongola, is delighted to be helping out with the Mailbox club, a bible club for children, at Nsungwi CBCC while waiting for his MSCE results.

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Bike for Village chief

Village chief Sosten Saidi was very pleased to receive my old bike. It means that he can get round the villages more quickly to pass on all that he has learnt from the Foundations for Farming Course paid for by SAFE-UK.

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Ivy

SAFE-UK paid for Ivy Chipatangwe to do a tailoring course. Ivy came into the SAFE office to say 'Thank you' to SAFE. She is now able to makes dresses, blouses, skirts, shirts and trousers. She was also thrilled to receive a sewing machine from SAFE-UK when it arrived from UK in the latest delivery by container.

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Thank you from Shaibu

Shaibu Ramusy, a deaf student, 2nd on the right, came into the office with a letter of thanks to SAFE for finding a sponsor through SAFE-UK for his secondary education. He writes:

Dear Madam, I would like to thank you because of the great things you have done in my secondary…

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Joseph project

The Joseph project has been set up by SAFE in Malawi as it is estimated that by November 2016 half of Malawi's population, 8 million people, will be facing severe hunger. The SAFE staff are able to buy maize at £10 a bag from ADMARC, the government's grain agency and store it until it…

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Feeding programme

Malawi is currently facing a severe food crisis as the drought has affected their harvest, but still the gogos bring their first bucket of maize to the Community Based Child-Care Centre for the pre-school feeding programme.

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The Jesus Film

SAFE member of staff Lameck Kananji takes his equipment out every day to show the Jesus Film. The villagers in this rural community of Mwaiwandigera, meaning 'fortune has come to me', have nothing. All I could do at the end of the film was to offer to pray for them. I invited those who wished to come forward and…

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