Monthly Archives: July 2010

Photos from the last few days in Malawi

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July 28th to 30th

Lilongwe, Malawi to Johannesburg, South Africa The last two full days in Malawi were filled with meetings at both ends of the Malawian political structure. On the day after our deliver of the hand cycle to the young boy at … Continue reading

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July 26th to 27th

Lilongwe, Malawi Almost from the moment I returned from the airport to drop off Ingrid McBride—she was scheduled to leave earlier than the rest of us—things began to set in motion in a way we are used to seeing in … Continue reading

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July 23rd to 25th

Nkhata Bay, Malawi These days went by quickly. Ingrid McBride remained at Mayoka Village, our accommodations, to work on a report that will be due upon her return, and she is scheduled to leave earlier than the rest of us. … Continue reading

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July 21st-22nd

Lilongwe and Nkhata Bay, Malawi In the morning, we loaded, fueled the Land Cruiser, and headed north toward Salima, Nkhotakota, and on to Nkhata Bay. The drive was uneventful, with the exception of having to wait for road workers as … Continue reading

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Here are a few pictures from Zambia. Of significance are the pictures and stories of Anastasia and Elizabeth.

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July 18th -20th

South Luangwa National Park, Zambia and Lilongwe, Malawi Two days of safari rides into South Luangwa National Park provided many wonderful sightings of birds, mammals, and plants. Of the latter, the most interesting was probably the orchid that grows in … Continue reading

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July 15th -17th

Little Field Orphanage (Chigamba Village near Nyenje Trading Centre), to Lilongwe, to South Luangwa National Park, Zambia The hearing clinic at the Little Field Orphanage was well received by the villagers (morning) and all the orphans were tested in the … Continue reading

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