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Small changes have big impacts
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), environmental factors such as poor water quality and sanitation are a significant cause of death, disease and disability in the world, especially in developing countries. Today, 844 million people...
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Efforts cross village lines
Water, sanitation and hygiene-related diseases are one of the greatest challenges to health in Nkhotakota district, Malawi. The loss of working days due to sickness, the cost of medicine and untimely deaths can place both an emotional and an economic...
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Strengthening earning power through beekeeping
By strengthening livelihoods, CPAR is helping African communities to become less vulnerable to poverty. As part of the Farmers First program, CPAR worked with two Farmer Field Schools from Tsumba and Khaladzombe village in Malawi to provide training on how...
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Creating change in Malawi
Access to Clean Water Renews a Community in Rural Malawi Sara Mhone believes that the newly constructed water point in her community changed her life. "Before this borehole was constructed we used to wake-up as early as 1 am in order to collect water...
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