A volunteer speaks (5)
Because we are volunteers of the For a Change Foundation, we were asked to write a blog. We are Hillary and Jonella Gnanamuttu, and long before the foundation was founded, we were involved in the work that is done in Malawi.
Health check day
Growing up, I had a dream to change the world. I didn’t know how, but I guess with time, it unfolded, I became a medical doctor. A prestigious and an honorable profession in the society, my family couldn’t be prouder. One day as I walked tirelessly after a long day, I met an old friend and we chatted about our lives. As per norm, we talked about...
Everyone can help anyone
I was hungry but you gave me food, I was thirsty and you… (Matthew 25: 35-36). One day when I was walking in our Kwanjana village, I came across to a young lady of 29 years old, she started talking to me about her story. I asked her how many children she has and she replied 4, the oldest one is 13 years and will turn 14 this year. The conversa...
Bringing a change in this world
Everyone gets to leave a memorable change to the world. Are you ready to change the world? What change are you bringing to the world? For a Change is leaving its footprints in a huge rural place called Kwanjana.
The year 2021 just started. One of the first pictures I received from Malawi via the Facebook page of the For a Change foundation, makes me feeling warm inside.
To reach a hand
This is Gribeter. She visits the nursery school of For a Change and she feels very sad. This is because the president said that all schools must be closed for the 3 upcoming weeks. She will miss school so much! It's a good thing that For a Change will reach out support packages.
At the start of a new year
We are standing at the start of a new year. First, we want to wish all of you Gods blessing for the year that lies before us!
COVID-19 in Malawi
Today, one of the members of our board from Malawi writes about the covid-19 pandemic in Malawi. He is a doctor in Malawi and has his own clinic. He writes about the impact of the virus in Malawi and what it means to himself, being a doctor.