When Women feeds a village …

Dowa, March 4, 2016: The World Food Program (WFP) which, in partnership with a local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), is distributing food and cash transfers to people registered under the Malawi Vulnerability and Assessment Committee (MVAC) in Dowa district has admitted facing challenges particularly in the first months of implementing the exercise.

WFP’s Monitoring and Evaluation officer, Ronald […]

March 17th, 2016|African Weather, Natural Disasters, Women, Womens Ministry|

“Crocodiles at my front door!” – Malawi

Photo taken by a friend of mine, pilot Andy Kuret a few days ago.  The devastation is simply enormous. 
I just received this letter from one of our pastors in Malawi.  The devastation after the recent flooding is worse than we could ever thought.  I place his letter just as I received it and didn’t change anything […]

February 5th, 2015|African Weather, Aviation, Health, Natural Disasters|

Mozambique flooding – deadly disaster

In what is likely to be one of 2015’s deadliest natural disasters, two weeks of heavy rains have hit the southeastern African nations of Malawi, Mozambique, and Madagascar, triggering rampaging floods that have killed at least 260 people and left 260,000 homeless, said Bloomberg News today.

Hardest hit was Malawi, where 176 people are dead or […]

January 20th, 2015|African Weather, Natural Disasters|

It’s Red Alert for Mozambique

Mozambique is the only African state shown in red on a world map of countries most affected by extreme weather.The map was released at the United Nations climate change conference in Durban on Tuesday.Drawn by German-watch, it forms part of the seventh edition of the Bonn-based non-governmental organisation’s Global Climate Risk Index (GCRI).The red color indicates South Africa’s […]

November 30th, 2011|African Weather|

Climate change …….. and Mozambique!

From December 7-18, more than 15,000 people including Government officials and advisers from 192 nations, civil society and the media from nearly every country in the world, will come together in the Danish capital, Copenhagen in one of the most significant gatherings in history. It is being called the most complex and vital agreement […]

December 3rd, 2009|African Weather|

Thunder and Lightning ………

I once read a caption in a book I borrowed from someone. The sideline note made a comment about how he perceived Christians to be sometimes. It read: “Many Christians are like a thunderstorm – thunder and lightning but no rain!” That made me think off course and made sure I do more than I […]

November 16th, 2009|African Weather|

I just couldn’t resist …..

I ussually don’t do this but my goodness when I saw these picture and the way God created ….. I was in awe. When God creates ….. he does it well! EnjoyWatch the rare wonders of nature…….The classical natural wonders are huge and hard to miss – vast canyons, giant mountains and the […]

May 11th, 2009|African Weather|

Tropical storm Izilda in Mozambique Channel

Ever wondered who gives tropical storms and cyclones there names? It must be someone with a stormy marriage …… they seem to choose interesting lady names. And oddly enough it is these lady storms that really causes havoc. No I am not a marriage councillor but there must be a message in there somewhere! Anyway […]

March 27th, 2009|African Weather|

Knocking on Heaven’s door – an African thunderstorm.

I just love African thunder storms. I love rain period! It feels like it washes away the old things – it brings life. It invigerates my soul. And the smell …… . I love the way it feels on my skin and face and that blurry vision as I look up cathing the raindrops with […]

February 1st, 2009|African Weather|