ABOUT USIn southern Malawi, and precisely in Balaka, Father Mario Pacifici, Monfort missionary, arrived here thirty five years ago and founded with Cesare Castelli the "Andiamo Youth Cooperative Trust" which now has nearly 700 workers. The Cooperative operates within four areas of development:
- People find jobs in the 33 activities of Andiamo, including health care, education, vocational training, construction, agriculture, mechanics, sports, and last but not the musical one. Precisely in this context born the Alleluya Band, a band created in 1978 as a church choir and now became the point of musical reference throughout Malawi. Our representative in Italy is Orizzonte Malawi onlus, that use the valuable collaboration of many associations:
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A New Ultrasound Scanner!
Dr. Gloria Esegpona and Dr. Elena Greco, both from England, visited CCH to explore the possibility of establishing a Maternal Health Care Training Program at our facility. During their visit, Dr. Greco demonstrated our new Ultra Sound Machine to our … Continue reading
Drug shortage hits Balaka District Hospital
Balaka District Hospital has been hit by drug shortage. Balaka District Health Officer (DHO) Bertha Maseko has told The Daily Times of Tuesday, March 24, 2015 that the drug shortage has been there over the past two months. “We are … Continue reading
Happy Father’s Day!
It’s 19 March! The day we call Father’s Day. The day we celebrate in honour of fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in our society. They say Father’s Day was created to complement Mother’s Day, a … Continue reading
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Kefasi wins gold for Malawi
Kefasi Kasiteni of Andiamo Secondary School won the senior men 12 kilometres clocking 36:59:20 at this year’s Confederation of African Athletics Southern Region (CAASR) Cross Country Championship at Njamba Freedom Park on Saturday. Malawians dominated the cross-country that also pooled … Continue reading
AEI sends back Kasimu to School
Touched by the story of Kasimu Kapatile Wasi who is unable to attend classes at St Charles Lwangwa Secondary School for lack of school fees, Andiamo Education Institutions (AEI) office has paid the school fees so that Kasimu goes back … Continue reading
Kasiteni to represent Malawi at Southern Africa Cross Country
Kefasi Kasiteni, a form 4 student at Andiamo Secondary School will represent Malawi at the Southern Africa Cross-Country on February 21 at Freedom Park in Blantyre. Kasiteni finished as the champion in the senior men’s category last week at a … Continue reading
Sharing the dream…
This morning we visited the Comfort Community Hospital and Andiamo Education Institutions (AEI) campus representing the pillars Healthcare and Education respectively and the following is what met the lens of our camera and it is very encouraging that people in … Continue reading
Is it a Coincidence?
Last week Comfort Community Hospital (CCH) reported that 19 January 2015 was recorded as their busiest day after they treated 331 children beating the record set in April 2014. 19 January? This is not any other day here at Andiamo … Continue reading