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Village Well in Zowe

Here's a brief report on the Zowe Village Well project sponsored by Mr. Mike Ross of Central Presbyterian Church and two of his professional colleages in the USA.

CitiHope Country Director Gabriel Wesley Msongole writes:

Zowe is a small village in Euthini Area, Mzimba District, in Northern Region of Malawi (80km or 3 hours outside of Mzuzu). It is a remote area where there is no power (electricity); they use hurricanes for light. Zowe has a primary school and a prayer hut church in larger catchment area of 14 villages with a total population of 5,000.

Zowe was brought to our attention by Rev. Copeland Nkhata who travels there to preach as part of his Methodist Circuit of Mzuzu. According to Rev. Nkhata: “Zowe is a very dry place and people suffer a lot, as they have to drink dirty water from the same ponds where animals drink, especially in dry season and this makes people more vulnerable to diseases. And a borehole would be a great solution to the problem.”

On July 28 2007, a Citi…

Methodist HopeHome Update


Dear Rev Michael and Paul Moore Jr.

We greet you with gladness of heart for the Lord Jesus has fused our heart to yours.
Kindly peruse the report below.
Our account had MK 70000.00 from CitiHope International. The details below reveal our expenditure.

MK 59000.00 - Food for two hope homes
MK 2930.00 - Transport (pick-up ferrying maize)
MK 500.00 - Exam photos – Ribia
MK 1300.00 - Blanket for one widow – very needy (Ester Chirwa)
MK 4000.00 - School fees for Chikumbutso & Elton
MK 1000.00 - food for Chipo
MK 2400.00 - Administration costs

MK 71130.00

NOTE: - we bought more maize this time to share with some orphans and vulnerable children at Masasa UMC branch as our area of influence is enlarging.

The beneficiaries do meet every once a month just to pray for the future success of the project and also to invoke God in building the lives of the children in …

PACCT III Leadership

Day Two by Paul Moore Jr.

PACCT was excellent today and Moira was up and at ‘em – perhaps a little more intense than she normally is. She is a genius and such a wonderful woman of God. And it was great seeing the Malawians do their thing – the kids really respond to them. “Hippo in the Water” exercise went over especially good today. We’ll see how “Problem Tree” and “Snake in the Bathroom” do tomorrow.

Blessings and Kevin (from Drew University) arrived by 1:00 pm and I had them join a panel discussion on the ABC’s of HIV/AIDS.

Rev. Copeland is just the guy. He came to PACCT III today just to make sure his youth were doing well and contributing. So did a few other pastors.

I did my whole “be a man” thing with the guys – they kept saying women needed to learn life skills to be able to say “no” to having sex with a boy. I went off on what about our job as men – as leaders – as warriors to STOP ASKING THEM – and to create a culture of men that honors, not uses, women. They got in…