World Vision donates to Beautify Malawi Trust

firWold Vision International (WVI) on Friday donated assorted items towards the First Lady Gertrude Mutharika’s Beautify Malawi (Beam) Trust.

The items included chlorine, clothes and shoes.

The First Lady thanked WVI for the gesture, which she said will go a long way towards clearing the country of filth and creating an enabling environment for safe growth of children.

She also said that the trust will distribute the clothes and shoes to vulnerable children.

In the picture, Mutharika shakes the hand of Robert Kishura, WVI national director in acknowledgment of receipt.—Mana

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Khadeja Mwima

hahahahahahahahahahahha ndalamazotu adzingosulola nzimayi wake ameneyu analephera chitukuko BK North ndiye BEAM ayikwanitsa kapena podyera?

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I hope the Trust will still focus on its strategic objectives. Can you please share with me who to contact in this Trust. I need to inform them that LL City need mass cleaning and Civic education to its Citizen to avoid throwing waste anyhow. This BEAM Trust need to clean LL Depot area, probably that where they can start showing their activities and avoid just joining other peoples initiatives like we saw in Blantyre. PLEASE SAVE LILONGWE FOR BEING A FILTHY CITY BY CLEANING LILONGWE DEPOT AND SURROUNDING LL MARKETS. It seems LL Mayor is just another symbolic figure,… Read more »

Handshake kapena kukolana? kkkkkkkkk,


What happened to the plane that BEAM hijacked from an NGO and claimed that it was donated to the first lady’s foundation????


kikikikikikikkikikikihahahahahahahahihihihihihihihi aaaaaaaaa………


AV NEVA SEEN A DEVIL IN MY LYF Lyk robert bob ua true colours dnt decieve malawians.let the almighty punish the way u av punishd wvi staff.u r tryng to buy favourz 4rm [email protected] am told h dznt av work permit bt h z a foreigner 4rm kenya


Kodi Trust imeyi ndi Anything Goes eti?

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