Africa Windmill Project Blog

Public Policy Makers Visit Ngwangwa Irrigation Project

On Thursday, Hon. Dr. Jessie Kabwila, MP, toured the Ngwangwa Irrigation Project with two Ugandan lawmakers and members of the National Commission for Science and Technology in an effort to gain understanding of how to fight poverty through irrigation. The AWP staff shared our experiences and advised the parliamentarians on policies that would be beneficial […]

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What do Math & Food Have in Common?

Africa Windmill Project’s Country Director, Christopher Adare, has a degree in mathematics.  So, at Africa Windmill Project we crunch a lot of numbers to figure out exactly how growing food year round is benefitting the families that we are teaching.  Every once in a while I get a report in my email that looks something […]

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The Grass is Always Greener!

This is even true for some Malawians, but they do not accept that for long.  Chigonthi District borders Ngwangwa District in Malawi, Africa. The border between the two areas follows a river and Chigonthi farmers could see a big change last year in the amount of irrigation happening on the opposite bank. Several villages sent farmers […]

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