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Driver’s Training for Paliza Hussein

Paliza Hussein of Blantyre, Malawi earns $30 a month as a security guard. He and his wife Agnes have ten children. They lived in a one room dwelling and slept on a concrete floor that cost them about $5 a month. This is poverty and a story that made a particularly powerful impact on us. […]

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Maize Mill in Blantyre, Malawi

In early 2006 LifeNets sponsored a maize mill originally called “Chachisa” to help with maize shelling and grinding in the Ndirande Township of Blantyre. It is a very poor and overcrowded part of the city of Blantyre.  “Chachisa” is a word made up of parts of three family names that originally ran the maize mill.  One […]

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LifeNets Business Center, Lilongwe, Malawi

We have built a business center facing a main street in Lilongwe, Malawi.  It contains an Internet cafe, copy center, and grocery store.  It is also the location of the LifeNets office for the northern part of Malawi.   Take a look at the latest tri-fold brochure.  Financing for this operation was done by LifeNets […]

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Livelihood Project in Kenya

Here is a message of appreciation from Janet Anyango for the loan provided her to obtain a Singer embroidery machine.  One photo shows her with her daughter Rene, named after Dan Apartian’s late wife.  This loan will allow her to have a larger apartment and school fees for her children.  They are doing very well. […]

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Sewing machine

Zione Chiumbuzo In 2005 and 2006 we helped Zione Chiumbuzo  with sewing lessons and a sewing machine. She started her own business and was doing well. Now it was time to upgrade to a new machine as the original had parts that were breaking. She is now married with a young family. Here she is […]

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