Tag Archives: Villages

Enabling families in the US to HELP families in Africa

Africa Windmill Project has a pressing need. A Truck. Our current transport is pictured here. We call it the “goat” named because the horn is broken and sounds like a sick goat when used (which is often, because, well, it’s Malawi). We love the gas mileage this car gets, but used parts that we can […]

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Watering Dryland part II

We have had a busy week. (Check out some of the pictures on facebook.) Our dryland pump has been an important project as we build up to the dry season, which begins in April or May or whenever the clouds decide. Water is essential to life, and some people live far from wetlands or don’t […]

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Mwakhundi

Mwakhundi is a small village in Lilongwe District, Malawi. The village has 45 households, and is the site AWP’s largest project yet. The village formed a farming club of 30 households, 2/3 of the community. The village is in the area of Chief Mziza and takes that name for its club. The farming club at […]

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