Rudimental Just Changed 200 Malawian Children's Lives Forever!

The UK’s biggest drum and bass band have joined forces with Love Specs to fight extreme poverty in Malawi! Watch this moving video to learn how this week Rudimental changed the lives of 200 Malawian children forever, and for behind the scenes footage of the We The Generation album launch ft. Ed Sheeran! BUY Love Specs from to make the world a better place with Rudimental this Christmas! #YouAreLove With thanks to: Rudimental and Ed Sheeran for being all-round awesome humans. Black Butter Records, Atlantic Records and the entire management team. Yamin Choudury and all the staff at Hackney Empire. ShortList’s 48 Hours To brought to you by Lynx Anti-Perspirant, for their help, support and footage. The Mkhunku community in Malawi. Love Specs volunteers for their i

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CoST Malawi film

“A change doesn’t happen by thinking, a change happens by changing.” CoST Malawi is that catalyst for change, explains CoST Malawi Champion Hon. Saulos Chilima. This short film charts the development and successes of the CoST Malawi programme over the last five years and its plans for the future. This film was produced by CoST Malawi. To find out more about the programme, please visit

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Transforming Children's Corners in Malawi

With the support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery, we are currently transforming five spaces for children in public libraries in Malawi. Find out how we create Children’s Corners to begin a lifelong love of reading.

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Fundraising – Bwaila Hosp Malawi to send Knitting

Since 2012 I have sent knitting and baby clothing to Bwaila Hospital in Lilongwe Malawi, to the mums who have nothing when their baby is born, the video shows some of the mums whom I have helped. I have to keep Fundraising Postage to send out, I have a mountain of donated knitting waiting to get there. Each parcel of 2kg is £24 and 1kg is £12 Thank you for stopping by to take a minute to watch

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CIP in Malawi Reflecting on the role of potato and sweetpotato in improving nutrition

The International Potato Center has been working in Malawi since 2006 to improve nutrition and livelihoods through potato and sweetpotato. CIP is working to scale up the use of potato and sweetpotato varieties through accelerated breeding, improved multiplication techniques and value chain development. In this video Dr Barbara Wells, Director General of CIP and Honorable Dr Allan Chiyembekeza the Minister for Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development in Malawi reflect on 9 years of working together to improve the lives of smallholder farmers in Malawi.

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New Public-Private- Partnership to transform state of eye health in Malawi

Malawi has a population of 17 million people, yet there are only 13 optometrists for the whole country. Essilor has entered into a first-of-its-kind public-private-partnership to transform the state of eye health there.

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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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