When Hunger Continues Biting…

When hunger continues biting more assistance save one is better than losing all even 1 can make a difference.
Dependence on pumpkin for survival is actually retrogression as, before it, the community was relaying on mangoes which are fast getting out of season and no longer easy to get.

Fyness Nachuma, a single mother of seven, from Girmission village told us this week that the pumpkin leaves are boiled and taken as breakfast, lunch and super.

“The situation is dire here. We literary have no food. Before now, we could prepare elephant beans (kalongonda) for sell but those beans are no longer in season too. And it is so difficult to get anybody who can give us work for money to buy food,” she said.

We also met Modesta Chitokoto. She is aged 74. She lives with her husband who is much older and critically ill. She tells us that touching story,

As we continue praying for this situation let us help those we can to save lives
Bishop Joseph

 

Please contact Rev Edward Mikwamba for any donations…

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Dedza Famine, and floods in the Eastern Region of Malawi – URGENT SUPPORT NEEDED

Dedza Famine, and floods in the Eastern Region of Malawi – URGENT SUPPORT NEEDED

As we have reported already on another post, various areas in Malawi is suffering with floods, washing everything away,  now other areas are suffering from hunger and famine again…

Food has become expensive, as most of the crops have been washed away in the various floods over this past year, and it takes years to restore the ground to what it was before after such a flood, before they can grow any new crops again…

We have received word of a family of 6 in Ntcheu that have died because of eating poisonous berries from a bush in an attempt to stop their hunger pains…

Thus, we are asking for anyone that can, to please make every effort to make a donation towards the problems everyone in Malawi is facing at present…!!!

Ps Jeff Daly from National Day of Repentance has already pledged $200 towards this need, and has asked that we write another post on this website also, requesting for donations..

And Rev Edward Mikwamba, is already moving around the country handing out food parcels to as many people as he can from donations already received, as well as from his own ministry. He was also in Dedza this week, handing out food parcels from the donations he has received thus far.

You can view our Testimonies and Gallery Pages for more photos and feedback on the latest handouts.

Below are some more photos we have received from Ps Grecian Meya re the situation in Malawi this week. As you can see houses have collapsed, even his parents house has collapsed in the rain, and in the below video, people are moving around in boats trying to save whatever they can, where there once was crops growing….

THUS: Please contact Rev Edward Mikwamba on WA +265 881 11 1076 , or you can call him on:   +265 999 93 8893  to make arrangements.

Everything received will be handed out as quickly as it is possible…

We thank you for your support and Pray God’s blessing over you for a rich harvest !!!

In Jesus Name

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