4 edition of Starving Chinese victims of floods and war cry to the United Church of Canada for relief. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
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The village suffered floods due to swelling of Mwamphazi River which originates from Shire Highlands. Touched with the situation, Mrs Shirley Rose, resorted to Organising Jumble sales with Acworth Methodist Church members, has been sending money for almost a year to assist the flood victims. Basically, the floods displaced hundreds of thousands and led Malawi President Arthur Peter Mutharika to declare a state of national disaster. 174-192 Judgment on Egypt CHAPTER 11.
Knowing that the floods affected their relatives and seeing the need to help, the Vokhiwa family approached Mrs Shirley Rose, their church-mate at Acworth for advice and assistance.
The church also officially handed over two houses it constructed for two members of the community whose houses were destroyed by the devastating floods.
The gardens on the banks of the river filled up with sand almost 2 meters deep rendering the area difficult for plants to grow. 111-124 Seven Angels Seven Plagues CHAPTER 8. Apart from financing the construction of two houses in question and three pit latrine toilets—one at an orphanage in Zomba and two in Kaputeni village, the funds were also used to connect electricity at Mfera Primary School in the area.
Acworth United Methodist Church in the US donates 2 houses, relief food to flood victims in Chikwawa Mrs Roseby Vokhiwa hails from Kaputeni village and also happens to be the niece to the current Village headwoman. 150-173 Judgment of Magog CHAPTER 10. 53-60 From America to Babylon t he Great CHAPTER 5. When Roseby and George Vokhiwa who have settled in Acworth for a longtime, heard about the plight of their village back at home, they approached the Acworth community asking for relief for their relatives and family Back at home.
193-209 Federal Reserve Dangerous to Liberty CHAPTER 12. And last Saturday, over 100 households from the village were all smiles when they received K25kg of maize each. 240-267 Corporations Without Boundaries CHAPTER 14.
29-52 Gog and the Land of Magog CHAPTER 4. The initiative has seen four food distribution exercises taking place in the area. 56 and were used to procured food items like maize flour, rice and beans which have been distributed to the affected villagers. 84-110 Departure from Meshech CHAPTER 7. 61-83 The Army of Gog CHAPTER 6. 310-33 5 The Wrath of God CHAPTER 16. 268-30 9 The Pale Horse and Its Rider CHAPTER 15.
56 and were used to procured food items like maize flour, rice and beans which have been distributed to the affected villagers.
29-52 Gog and the Land of Magog CHAPTER 4.
268-30 9 The Pale Horse and Its Rider CHAPTER 15.