January Edition

We hope you all had a lovely Christmas and New Year with loved ones. We certainly enjoyed our break! But now it's back to work and we look forward in 2019 to seeing the new Health Clinic functioning and Moyo School being built, amongst much else. If you'd like to be informed of any specific project, you can view them on our website or by emailing admin@starfishmalawi.com. Here are just 3 stories we wanted to share with you this month...

Leybourne Lakes

It’s time to find your walking shoes and make sure they still fit! Our annual walk to raise funds for Glad Tidings Orphan Care is now being promoted. We are at a new venue, The Leybourne Lakes Country Park at Larkfield, nr Maidstone in Kent. Come and join us on Saturday 8th June 2019 for a great time in beautiful countryside. If you would like flyers for your friends, church, workplace, neighbours or community, let us know. We hope to see many of you there. For full details, please click here.

Pastors Libraries

We now have 9 centres where pastors and those from the churches can explore the Word of God and have access to an excellent selection of Christian books donated by the UK. There is also free internet access in the main library in Salima. Satellite libraries have expanded the work across the Salima District. These libraries are generously supported by Sovereign World Trust. Visit our page by clicking here.

Student Sponsorship Story

Trywell is the third born son in a family of 6 children. He and his parents were proud but despaired when he was selected to attend an excellent secondary school many miles away at Nkhata Bay. His father was partially sighted and very sick, and his mother grew crops to support the family. They were very poor and school fees were impossible. They thought that there was no hope, but his primary school teacher advised him to apply to Starfish Malawi for sponsorship. That was the beginning of a life changing experience for Trywell. Click here to read the rest of Trywell's story.


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