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It is no secret the majority of Malawi’s 20 million people suffer from various food deficiencies. One of the major problems comes from the lack of protein in a family’s diet. This comes in spite of having the fifth largest freshwater lake in Africa and having a larger variety of freshwater fish than all of Europe and North America combined.The Malawi Project and Action for Progress are searching for ways to address the food crisis.

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A caterpillar of shipping container # TCNU 8453400 has been transformed into the beautiful butterfly that is the new Action For Progress administrative office.

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Walkers and Canes Begin Trip

Over 100 walkers, plus a number of canes and crutches were recently donated by Mobility Ministries in Demotte, Indiana.  Additionally, dozens of mobility items have also been donated from the Lebanon, Indiana community.

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Truck Purchase Completed

Before Malawi Project purchased new vehicles, sister organization Action for Progress was forced to rent vehicles for nation-wide supply distribution or depend on others to bring transportation resources to pick up the supplies.

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Beware the Python Vine

Known as the python vine, the observer will catch the immediate parallel to a giant python snake wrapping itself around a tall tree. It has a wide trunk, wraps its host counter clockwise and bears numerous flowers when it is in season. Python vines are said to live as long as 200 years.

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