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Equipment for St Anne's Hospital

Trustee, Gillian Barber hands over equipment, including blood pressure monitors to St Anne's Hospital. more

New! Gift List 2016/17 A thoughtful alternative...

....our gifts for all year round will help to transform lives. Whether it's a mattress for a currently bare hospital bed or a goat for a family in deepest poverty, ... more

Trip of a life time

The 2016 trip is now full. There is already significant interest in the 2017 trip so please do email to register interest so that we can get in touch when the ... more

Projects Officer's Visit 2015

Eileen has returned from her annual trip to Malawi. Here is a small selection of the projects that she visited. Footballs and netballs were delivered to 23 ... more

Secondary School Bursaries

Only 25% of Malawian children can afford the fees for secondary education. MACS currently provides twenty-eight bursaries for bright and hardworking students at ... more

FLOOD APPEAL

The worst floods in fifty years have caused huge hardship for our friends in Malawi. Nearly two hundred are reported dead, perhaps 200,000 displaced from their ... more

NKOPE WATER PROJECT

A £25,000 cheque from a new partner – the White Feather Foundation – has been the very welcome key to reviving ambitions that followed a 2011 survey of the ... more

NOW ONE FOR THE BOYS

  A new hostel for twenty blind and low vision boys at Nkope Primary School has been finished in time for occupation in January. It complements the hostel ... more

TRIUMPHANT TRIO

Piran, Reuben and Thomas undertook a Junior Triathlon, swimming, cycling and running on a grey September day at Herne Bay.   They raised £385 towards the ... more

QUILTS FOR THE GIRLS AT NKOPE

Balloons, colourful bunting, singing, speeches, drama and prayers marked the opening ceremony of the Nkope hostel for blind and low-sighted girls. In his speech ... more

FAMILY BARN DANCE

Annie Barton Hodges organised a Family Barn dance in Shepherdswell, Kent. £600 was raised for the 2014 working party trip.  The event was attended by Archdeacon ... more