The heartbreaking impact of rabies

Emma Laundon lost her son to rabies. She tells her heartbreaking story in this video, making it clear how this 100% preventable disease still has an impact on communities in Malawi and India. Mission Rabies and Dogs Trust are partnering up to fight rabies through the mass vaccination of dogs in these countries, saving both human and animal lives. You can find more information about Mission Rabies on our homepage and please follow us on Facebook facebook.com/missionrabies and Twitter @MissionRabies

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ABMA Education Malawi Award Ceremony 2015

Celebrating the high achievements of ABMA Education learners in Malawi

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Malawi’s young farmers sing out loud for Global Goals (3:26 min)

On September 25th 2015, world leaders will commit to The Global Goals for sustainable development including ending extreme poverty and fighting inequality. Malawi’s young farmers sing out loud to show farming can be one way to do this. Studies show that sustained agricultural growth is 2 — 4 times more effective in reducing poverty than any other sector. If conditions are right (access to seeds, tools, training, markets and capital), they are ready to drive Malawi’s rural revolution and prove farming is the future for their country. Their song Kondwa was inspired by the song ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams. Their Happy parody song is on https://youtu.be/XwiPxRWbbnw

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Resilience in action: Malawi floods 2015

International development agency Christian Aid enables people to move beyond survival and subsistence, to enjoy thriving and dignified lives. This means enough food and a steady income, safe and healthy living conditions, and the resources and confidence to take new opportunities, even in the face of disasters, climate change, conflict and disease. We support people to strengthen their livelihoods and manage risks that threaten them. We call this building a resilient livelihood. In Malawi, Christian Aid leads a consortium of 11 partners to deliver the Enhancing Community Resilience Programme (ECRP), a five-year initiative working to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, reduce vulnerability and strengthen the resilience of around 300,000 people in seven districts. Running until 2016, ECRP

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Tiphunzire! – The Girls’ Education Challenge Project, Malawi

A short film outlining the challenges facing adolescent girls in Malawi, particularly the barriers to education. 50 % of girls in the country do not complete Primary Education. Theatre for a Change is currently implementing 225 Girls’ Clubs in schools across Central and Southern Malawi , empowering marginalised girls in Primary Schools with self confidence and sexual and reproductive health knowledge.

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Preventing violence against children in Malawi

Violence against children is a serious problem in Malawi. In this video, UNICEF is supporting Ujamaa Pamodzi to empower girls and boys with crucial skills to prevent sexual violence from ever occurring.

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Oikocredit – Made in Malawi (short film)

Oikocredit is actief in meer dan 60 ontwikkelingslanden. En gelooft dat je met microkrediet mensen zelf aan een betere toekomst laat bouwen. Daarom hebben we samen met drie creatieve ondernemers in Malawi onze reclamecampagne gemaakt. Gefinancierd mét microkrediet. Bekijk hier “Cathy” de 30s TV-commercial: https://youtu.be/LNl4Jjncb90 Meer over de campagne en over Oikocredit: https:// https://twitter.com/oikocreditNL Oikocredit is active in more than 60 developing countries. And believes that microcredit empowers people to build a better future. To show the positive effect of microcredit, we decided to create our advertising campaign together with three creative entrepreneurs in Malawi. Financed with microcredit. Wat

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