News and Stories: Malawi
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An innovative project enabled medical staff to gain understanding and expertise while they remained at work caring for and referring patients.
Some of the most important upgrades involve behind-the-scenes processes and provide trackable advances in care and patient safety.
People with disabilities account for 15 percent of the world’s population — over a billion people. Many face social, economic and cultural barriers that limit their access to full and effective participation in society.
Climate-smart farming helps more than 240,000 families thrive despite droughts and floods.
Savings and Internal Lending Communities help poor families save and build assets.
A CRS food distribution trains mothers to prepare nutritious meals for their children.
Forced to quit school early, Bright Kapecha became committed to teaching others how to raise healthy children.
In Malawi as elsewhere, women assume leadership roles that their communities embrace.
Religious sisters expand outreach to children in Kenya, Malawi and Zambia.
A new Toy Story is being told with tin cans, old socks, buttons, boxes and plastic bottles.
Savvy adults take stuff that might be regarded as junk and upcycle it to help raise smarter, healthier children. The toys are simple and require a lot of imagination—but that's the point...