Following a suggestion and request from the Likhubula committee, and previous much-needed food aid distributions, our 2 committees were able to arrange the distribution of fertiliser to 75 families in the Likhubula area. Our committee arranged the purchase of the ferti...
We are pleased to hear of progress on the House Building project.
We are receiving updates and photos from the Likhubula Steering Committee, Philip (the Malawian engineer overseeing the project), and from a visitor from Scotland who stopped by whilst in Malawi on bus...
We are excited to share news that 16 young people and 6 leaders from 25th Stirling (Dunblane) Boys' Brigade will be travelling to the Likhubula area next summer through Classrooms for Malawi - a charity which renovates classrooms in Malawi, started in Scotland.
The Scotland Malawi Partnership, of which we are a member organisation, has come up with 11 principles which describe effective and good practice in a partnership. These fit the acronym 'partnnership'.
The Scotland-Malawi Partnership have a brand new website!
Our partnership is a member of the Scotland-Malawi Partnership. We hope the new website will prove to be a great resource for us and that we will be able to benefit from and help other members through it.
Fiona, one of our steering committee members, represented us today in making a video for the new Scotland Malawi Partnership website on their "appropriateness" partnership principle and how our partnership tries to apply this.