A new board member
My name is Leo Scander,a medical doctor at QECH(Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital) in Blanytre, Malawi. I graduated from KUHES(Kamuzu University of Health Sciences)formerly known as College of Medicine with a Bachelors degree in Medicine and Surgery (MBBS,Mw) in 2021.
The importance of education
The foundation is really bringing hope and a difference to the children of Kwanjana. This is so because the children are being taught the importance of knowledge of education at a young age. It is like a motivation to all children as well as the parents to encourage their children to continue with studies and make a difference in the country.
Working with joy
It is time to write a blog again. I always love telling people about my work. The work in Malawi has a lot of challenges where we can laugh about, things that frustrate me, and things that make my heart cry. Summarized: the work is varied. Variation fits me. I am spending a lot of days behind my desk, so great challenges are in the internet conn...
This week I had an insight to read Psalm 46 in a special way. It’s not my first time to read this Psalm. One of the beautiful things which I got inspired in this passage, is the way how God is centred in the whole passage. I was reading this Psalm from the NIV translation, it is comprised of 11 verses but the name of ‘GOD’ has been mentioned se...
Working with themes
Today I want to share some little things about my work. Teaching has been a good work to me, more especially when I am seeing the kids growing academically, physically and mentally. It has been eight month now since we have started teaching through themes.
The collective effort
I am back in Malawi together with my wife and two children Eloise and Jayden after 8 weeks in the Netherlands where we went for work and also leave to visit relatives and friends. Especially when you know that there is a high possibility that we are not going to see some of our friends again.
Focusing on the goal
We are a Christian based organization working in Kwanjana, T/A Bvumbwe in Thyolo District. Our main aim is to support the vulnerable groups and the community through various strategies to ensure that in the near future people are self-dependent in terms of food security, entrepreneurship with good infrastructure and healthy and education. We bel...
Riding a bycicle for For a Change
On Saturday morning, April 24th, we are gathering at the Kruisbessestraat in Krabbendijke, the Netherlands. We are welcomed with coffee, tea, and a special Dutch treat, a 'Zeeuwse Bolus', to make sure we have enough energy for the day. We talk a bit to each other, the administration is being completed, we receive a bag with more treats and a roa...