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Malawi

1 September 2016

“We don’t need to wait for men to help anymore.”

A community-based project in Malawi helps women survive ongoing drought
Malawi: Promoting self-reliance to ongoing drought through grassroots lending scheme
15 August 2016

Malawi: Promoting self-reliance to ongoing drought through grassroots lending scheme

Malawi: Long term investment pays dividends during drought
Malawi: Red Cross volunteer advocates for children in his village
3 August 2016

Malawi: Red Cross volunteer advocates for children in his village

Malawi: Getting kids back into school and keeping them there
Humanitarian diplomacy is not activism
25 July 2016

Humanitarian diplomacy is not activism

Malawi: Learning lessons about advocacy from the grassroots level
Malawi: Coping with hunger while living with HIV
17 July 2016

Malawi: Coping with hunger while living with HIV

Malawi: Livestock distribution helps people living with HIV cope with drought
“This year’s hunger is a hunger I have never experienced.”
13 July 2016

“This year’s hunger is a hunger I have never experienced.”

A single mother struggles to make ends meet during Malawi drought
Raiseing awareness on early marriage in a Malawi village
11 July 2016

Raising awareness on early marriage in a Malawi village

Malawi: a very visual message on the dangers of early marriage
Once upon a saga - Malawi
24 June 2016

Once upon a saga - Malawi

One man's quest to visit every Red Cross Red Crescent on a slim budget
Climate change affects Malawi’s poorest the hardest
17 June 2016

Climate change affects Malawi’s poorest the hardest

Malawi: The changing face of climate and its impact on those most in need
The connection between drought and a deadly cholera outbreak in Malawi
3 June 2016

The connection between drought and a deadly cholera outbreak in Malawi

Malawi: the connection between drought and a deadly cholera outbreak
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