We were there for you
Corona virus is all over the news, all over the countries and all in our minds. No internationals calls are taking place without asking the status of the corona virus. To be honest we have been affected by this pandemic and our work as well.
What does 30€ a month mean?
Today, we are visiting one of our sponsor children: Patience. And Patience is very happy today, because she received mail from her sponsor! This is one of the nicest things of being in the For a Cange program. You receive mail from your sponsor, sometimes with a photo, or a small gift.
Food relief aid
In Malawi, most people especially in villages have no sufficient food as compared to previous years. 80% of the population live in villages and depends on subsistence type of farming due to poverty. Most farmers cannot afford farm machinery to intensity their farming practices.
For a Change Nursery school is not just a school, but also a home for the children around Kwanjana village in Thyolo. Children come to this place to learn but also to receive something which most of them miss in their homes, which is love. Most children come from broken homes, but once they reach For a Change ground, they are transformed. They p...
Hope to the hopeless
The news came to me as a mere lie, that For a Change would build a house for me. The previous life I had always been busy doing maintenance on my house. Whenever rain season came, I was forced to work out on my house.
Looking forward to my next visit to Malawi, I started thinking about the contrasts between our 'richness' and the Malawian 'poorness'. I write this between quotation marks on purpose.
It all started with a dream
It all started with a dream. Once in my life, I wanted to visit Africa. Once in my life, I wanted to see the African life. There are many stories about organisations in Africa, about poverty and disasters, about doubts and questions about giving your money (and the question if it is good to give money in the first place). So many questions that ...