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Community Development Project

Eliza Moyo lost her husband in 2007. She is HIV positive, and has 4 children. Like thousands of others in Malawi, she struggles to provide for her family. They can only survive with the help of their local church.

Eagles aims to mobilise churches like Eliza’s, and teach them how to use their resources to help their local communities.

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  • Jul.15, 2014


    Kelita Kapito with their harvest of maize 

    Winter greetings from Eagles team members and the villages in the southern part of Malawi in Chikhwawa district. This update comes from Nyasa village - one of the communities that are part of the climate change adaptation project.

    Currently at Nyasa like many other villages in Chikhwawa, farmers are busy harvesting, thrashing and drying their harvested crops like sorghum, millet, maize and cotton. As well as harvest season it is also market season and farmers who grew cotton are then selling their cotton in markets located in their localities. 

  • Mar.20, 2014


    Jemster Jimu shows the millet in his field which is about to mature and be ready for consumption 

    Greetings from Eagles team members and the villages in the southern part of Malawi in Chikhwawa district. We are always grateful to God for the divine connection between your church and the work we are doing of transforming lives. The hope we get through your continued encourgement, prayers and financial support are not taken for granted. May the good Lord continue blessing you.

    In all of the villages where we are working in Chikhwawa, farmers are busy weeding and spraying chemicals in their cotton fields, while crops like maize, millet and sorghum are about to mature so they are about to begin harvesting.

  • Dec.18, 2013

     

    Robert and Dorica seated outside their house, with 5kg of cotton seed which they were provided.


    Christmas greetings from Eagles team members from the warm heart of Africa (Malawi). We are always grateful to God for the divine connection between your church and the work we are doing of transforming lives. The hope we get through your continued encourgement, prayers and financial support is not taken for granted. May the good Lord continue blessing you.

  • Oct.31, 2013

    Dear Supporting Churches

    Kind greetings from the Eagles team and community members from different villages across Malawi, the warm heart of Africa. We thank God for you and your response to the noble call of reaching out to people who are faced with food insecurity, HIV/AIDs, unsafe water, spiritual emptiness and hopelessness through your conitinued financial support and prayers.

    In this update, our focus is on Ulongwe Living Waters Church in Ulongwe, Balaka District, who are actively engaged in HIV/AIDS prevention activities. The church has reached out to people affected by HIV/AIDS by empowering them through a community savings and loan group. The church has started three support groups which have 68 members (15 men & 53 women) altogether.

    Your support has helped Eagles to envison this church with integral mission. Local people are now able to save money in their group. This is loaned to each other and at the end of the year they share out the total. The money is then used to start small scale businesses and support their families, something they could not do in the past.

    Thank you.

  • Sep.2, 2013

     

    Winter greetings from Eagles team and community members from different villages where we work in Malawi, the warm heart of Africa.  We thank God that you have responding to His call of being an instrument in His hand, reaching out through your continued financial support and prayers to people who are faced with different life challenges like food insecurity, HIV and AIDs, lack of portable water, spiritual emptiness and living a life without hope.

    In four villages supported through Connected Church (Beka, Jasi, Mtayamanja and Nyasa), community members are now through harvesting crops planted under rain fed agriculture, the last crop being harvested was cotton. Farmers who grew cotton during the growing season have been offered better prices this year: MK210 (39p) per kilogram compared to MK100 (18p) per kilogram last year. This has enabled farmers who grow cotton to earn more money from cotton sales whereby enhancing their purchasing power and increasing their resilience to the effects of climate change. The major hiccup for most farmers was that they had small volumes of cotton because they planted late due to late access of seed.

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