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As we get closer to summer and hopefully some warmer weather here in the UK, we welcome back our team from Malawi who had a fantastic and productive trip. We thank God for their safe arrival and time in Malawi and we hope you enjoy reading about their trip as much as we do.
There are so many amazing stories to share with you this month, but we were only able to pick just 3...
Back from Malawi
The UK team arrived back at the beginning of May from their trip to Malawi. They were so encouraged by seeing what God is doing among the people in Malawi. They met with school staff, children, pastors, the staff team in Malawi, project managers, villagers, chiefs and many more.
Some of the highlights were: - Meeting with the Health Authority to discuss the new Health Outpost - Joining with children in their games - Seeing how the orchard is growing - Staying in Waterfalls centre
We would ask for prayer for all the work that now needs to be done following the trip.
We want to thank all those who are going to join us at our sponsored events, Bewl Water Walk, 23rd June, and Bedgebury Family Cycle Ride, 29th September. We would like to encourage you to consider running your own event for Starfish Malawi. It might be a coffee and homemade cakes morning or a Malawi afternoon with music and food but whatever you do, the proceeds will make a difference to the children and communities in Malawi. You could pick a specific project to support or just give for our general needs. Please let us know if you can help by emailing Peter Bell, Head of Fundraising email@example.com
Our UK team were really pleased to have met up with Morton when they were in Malawi. Morton was one of the first children to be helped through our Student Sponsorship programme. He was also the first Starfish student who went to University straight from Secondary School. Morton grew up in the rural area of Limbi, Chenyama Village, in the outskirts of Salima district. He was unable....