Archive for Category: Hands and Hearts for Africa Malawi

Water Gives Life!

Back in 2015, the Malawi team visited a huge parched plot of land with Pastor Moses. The dream was to bring water to this land so that there would be more harvests per year of a variety of crops. Six years later, our prayers are answered as the irrigation...

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Water Makes All the Difference!

Thanks to your generous support, this once dry barren land now has various crops growing to feed 25 families AND provides income from sales of the produce! Pastor Moses leads this irrigation project in the Bimbi area of Malawi. We are getting ready to start Phase 2 of...

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Blanket Program for Malawi

Thank you to all of those who lovingly knitted or crocheted squares and dropped them off at the church!  We were able to send enough squares in early 2021 to make 15 blankets for children! Hands And Hearts For Africa (HAHFA) is partnered with Reverend Steve Kamwana who oversees...

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Knitted Squares

Zikomo! Thank you! To all of the people who knitted or crocheted “squares” to send to Malawi. We collected a total of 555 squares! That is 15 blankets that the widows group will make for children! The squares of all colours and textures were packed up and shipped in...

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Malawi elects a new president

This is a good news story from Malawi – a new president, Lazarus Chakwera, who is a man of God and a pastor!We pray for the safety of Lazarus and his family, and that this new president will succeed in working against corruption and bring a new focus on...

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Bimbi Irrigation Project Update

Thanks to the generous support from Wellington Square, the Irrigation project that was started 4 years ago, is now bringing tremendous benefits to the Word of Grace Church community in Bimbi, Malawi. Pastor Moses claims that the irrigation is a great breakthrough for the church, and that it will...

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Knitting for Malawi

Knitted squares, each 8×8″ from women in Canada, are a particular blessing for widows in Malawi. Gathering at a rural church, the widows’ groups stitch together 35 squares to make 1 blanket for 1 child.The blankets are given to the most needy children in the community.This expression of Jesus’...

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