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Abdul, Elena, and Tryson

On a bright, sunny day I made my way to Mpemba. This is an area just outside of Blantyre, the city I live in and where Kingdom Workers Malawi is headquartered. Although not far from Blantyre, the area feels very rural.

We turned off the main paved road onto a bumpy dirt track winding through plots of corn interspersed with village homes. As we drove, I thought about how beautiful this country is, and I felt grateful to the people I was about to meet for being willing to share their stories.

The Malawi disability ministry is providing care at a deeper level

On the day Hilda was born, life changed for the Nanseta family.

Sekanao and her husband, like most Malawians, survived on a small income. They were already working hard to provide for their three small children who were all healthy, but Hilda had been born with a disability which made things more difficult...

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