Malawi

You Are Helping Young Women in Africa Start Businesses

 
Grace never thought she would become a successful businessowner. Surviving was hard enough.  

How You're Feeding Children in Africa Today, Tomorrow, and Forever

 
When Ndaona was a child, he was starving. He snuck out of his classes to find food, and he struggled to survive. 
 

No Longer Hungry, Thanks to You: Henry's Story

By the time he was five, both of Henry’s parents were dead.

Photos from Your Child's Camp in Malawi

Thank you so much to everyone who made summer camp possible for our children in Malawi!
 
Your sponsored child had a great time learning about God and participating in fun activities.

He Dreamed of Flying Away: Jonathan's Story

Jonathan was born in Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world. His future looked grim after his mother died. He and his siblings were left to fend for themselves. 

International Science Camp Puts Tikambechi Face-to-Face with the First Lady

 
At first, Tikambechi was nervous about attending the Women in Science (WiSci) Camp hosted by the UN Foundation. 

Wordless Wednesday: Dance Break!

COTN children and staff love to dance. Dancing has an important place in the culture of each COTN country. Below you will find photos of traditional dances and contemporary choreography; you'll see young women showing off their ability to balance pots on their heads and crowds dancing with chairs. Any time there's something to celebrate, there's a reason to dance.

4 Reasons Why a Mosquito Net is a Surprisingly Perfect Mother's Day Gift

A mosquito net may seem like a small, simple thing. But for children in need, it is a life-saving gift. And it's a gift that represents the qualities of a great mother:

Getting Stuck on a Roller Coaster During a Power Outage in Malawi: A Father-Daughter Story

What do you have in common with Brandon Albers, Seattle tech mogul? You both care deeply about children in need!

 

Brandon made the 2017 Puget Sound 40 Under 40 list for his work at L4 Digital. Maybe you even caught his interview with the Puget Sound Business Journal about his family and their love of serving others.

From Poverty to Independence: Yohane's Story

Yohane makes benches out of . . . oil drums! And it’s thanks to you and COTN’s Business Connections program.

 

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