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USPG devotes its Lent appeal to the many challenges facing Malawi

The Anglican Church in Malawi is taking a multi-faceted approach to mission - and USPG's Lent appeal is for Malawi. 

17 February 2017

Malawians asked to emulate life of Saint Paul

The Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral in Blantyre, part of the Central African Diocese of Southern Malawi has advised Christians to emulate the life of Paul if they want to get an everlasting life and enjoy the fruits of being holy before the Lord. 

30 January 2017

Starving communities in Africa reduced to eating toxic locusts

People have been reduced to eating toxic locusts as a result of the food shortages affecting Madagascar, Malawi and Zimbabwe. 

15 December 2016

Archbishop Albert Chama’s challenge for a “green and clean” province

The bishops of the Anglican Province of Central Africa took a lead from Young Green Anglicans in the region by planting trees when they gathered in Malawi for a recent meeting.

05 December 2016

Millions face starvation as famine hits southern Africa

The people of Madagascar, Malawi and Zimbabwe are facing the risk of death as erratic weather, drought and crop failures have resulted in chronic food shortages.

16 November 2016

Bishop urges churches to invest in young people

The Bishop of Southern Malawi has challenged churches to take seriously the need to invest in young people.

26 September 2016

Malawians welcome chiLambya Bible translation

After a 12-year translation project, the New Testament is finally available in chiLambya, one of the languages of northern Malawi; and the Old Testament is expected to be completed in 2018.

29 July 2016

Malawi President delivers 100 bags of cement to church

The congregation at a church in Malawi had a surprise visitor bearing gifts last Sunday when the country’s President Arthur Peter Mutharika arrived for the service bringing 1 million Kwacha (approx. $1,400) and 100 bags of cement.

02 June 2016

Call for action to stop attacks on people with albinism

There has been a sharp increase in the number of attacks on people with albinism in Malawi, leading to the Bishop of the Upper Shire to plead that the “barbaric behaviour” has to stop. “This makes me sick as we cannot comprehend the level of inhumanity and evil Malawians have become,” Bishop Brighton Vita Malasa said.

10 May 2016

Malawi: Anglican Church calls for protection for people living with albinism

Bishop of Upper Shire issues appeal following reports of targetting by organized gangs

15 April 2015

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