The Story of Masamba

We have arrived back “home” in Dedza after our community stay these past 3 days in Mngwere. Its always such a privilege to be able to live in a community for a few days, to be welcomed into someone’s home, and really get to know a community. We had a brilliant time! Not to mention a fun journey, to community and back, via bicycle taxi for the 12km journey which took 1.5 hours due to the poor quality of the “roads”. A great way to take in the beautiful Malawi countryside! Although a little challenging on the back side at

Malawi First Impressions

Mwadzuka bwanji – Good Morning – in the local language Chichewa. We have only been in Malawi for 4 days and already we feel so welcome and so at home. Malawi really is “the warm heart of Africa”. The first thing that immedietely stands out is just how genuinely friendly the people are. We arrived mid morning Friday where we were picked up from the airport by Royie who heads up the Malawi team and made the 2hr drive from Lilongwe airport to Dedza town that is now home for the month. After initial introductions at the Service Centre, we