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Lombola Lombola, Bamboo Express, Malawi: He is working to be the country’s leading bamboo furniture company in the growing global market. Progress: Lombola has upgraded his production capacity and improved the quality of his furniture by procuring power tools and safety gear and building an eco-friendly warehouse/ manufacturing facility made from bamboo. His commitment to youth employment includes training five interns and hiring two as full-time employees.
SHOWS: http://lakemalawimusic.com | LYRICS BELOW BLOG: http://lakemalawimusic.com/blog TWITTER: http://twitter.com/lakemlw Aubrey She's invisible like peace You can't see her 'till she's gone And then you'll miss her More than you know More than you know Surely No one knows her real name She comes from far away They'd not be able to say it Anyway, anyway Surely Aubrey That's what I call you now And you don't know me I hope we'll meet somehow And I'll get to know you more I don't want to go to war Aubrey She is walking down the street Picking daisies with her feet Wearing no shoes Taking her time She always walks slowly No one sees her real face 'Cause she's changing every day What will I say When she comes my way? She will one day Surely Aubrey That's what I call you now And you d...
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Hey youtube! In this video I show you all the tourist sites in Malawi and my fav places, while telling you about them AKA a virtual tour of Malawi! I cannot really express its true beauty as these are just some pics taken by me, as well as some family and friends! For professional pics, just google Malawi! --------------------------------------------------------------------- ►Let's stay connected: •My channel (Kina Lakhani): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL16lj-HXmB3gHUs1IyX-6g •My twitter: https://twitter.com/KinaLakhani •My instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kinalakhaniart/ --------------------------------------------------------------------- ►Music credits •Title : African lions •Artist : https://youtu.be/1WB4TKQv7wM (Derek & Brandon) -----------------------------------...
This week we’ve taken the ball to Malawi, and what an amazing place it is. We chat to a legendary teacher, meet a local tailor and do some snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of the mighty Lake Malawi. We also spend some time with a few local fishermen, share a meal with them on the beach and we even got to see a Fish Eagle pluck a fish from the lake. About Africa As One: In the build up to London 2015, Official Logistics Sponsor DHL Express will be setting out on a grand and ambitious journey to pass a single rugby ball from hand to hand through 45 countries, over 45 weeks, starting in Cape Town and ending in London.DHL Express… Delivering Africa As One! Watch more episodes of our journey here: https://www.youtube.com/user/DHLAfrica Follow the journey on our blog here: http://www.a...
UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008 URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00053 Description: Vimbuza is a healing dance popular among the Tumbuka people living in northern Malawi. It is an important manifestation of the ngoma, a healing tradition found throughout Bantu-speaking Africa. Ngoma, meaning drums of affliction, carries considerable historical depth and, despite various attempts over the years to suppress it, remains a fundamental part of indigenous healthcare systems. Most patients are women who suffer from various forms of mental illness. They are treated for some weeks or months by renowned healers who run a temphiri, a village house where patients are accommodated. After being diagnosed, patients undergo a healing ritual. F...
Livestock epidemics often spread like wildlife in Malawi, where people in rural areas are dependent on their animals to survive - but where vets are in short supply. An organization in Berlin is trying to tackle the problem. More eco@africa reports: http://www.dw.com/en/tv/eco-at-africa/s-32686
Richard travels to a school near the capital Lilongwe where, thanks to WFP, the children receive a nutritious meal every day. One confident young student seizes the opportunity to express his appreciation. Driving to his next destination, Richard is offered a common local dish mice on a stick but decides not to try them. To see the latest On the Road, go to http://www.wfp.org/on-the-road?utm_source=youtube_descrp
A video of a Malawian traffic police officer allegedly receiving a bribe has gone viral on social media, as civilians continue to express mistrust in the Malawi Police Service. In the video, the alleged Malawi traffic police officer is handed MK7, 000 (approximately US$ 9.56) to let go the driver who at the time had no license. The 00:36 clip was filmed by a passenger who seems to be a foreign national. When reached for comment the Head of Malawi Traffic Police Service, Mabvuto M'bobo, said he had not seen the video because he does not have access to the Internet.
Purchase: http://www.der.org/films/malawis-green-revolution.html Responding to recurrent food crises, by 1998 scientists in Malawi had developed and field-tested new maize varieties and crop combinations that promised Malawi a Green Revolution. However, with farmers too poor to purchase seed and fertilizer, how to empower Malawi's farmers with this new technology? The film brings to life some central dilemmas of development policy as supporters and opponents of Starter Pack express their views, and as donors press to reshape the program from a focused instrument of technological change into an element of a social safety net, then into something midway between.
The video addresses the development and adoption of integrated agriculture-aquaculture (IAA) in Malawi. The WorldFish Center (formerly The International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, ICLARM) in collaboration with Malawi Government and support of donors has been the primary agent in developing IAA approaches in Malawi during 1980s. The IAA approach is based on the development of aquaculture technologies and to integrate these into low-input farming systems in the country. The dissemination of IAA targeted to improve farm productivity, realizing higher household income and hence improved food consumption and so household health. In regard to natural resources, the IAA has been found to improve the use of soil and water. Typically, IAA farmers grow high value crops such...
http://www.weareonemalawi.org Music by Moffat Phiri. Raising educational funds for students in northern Malawi. Support and guidance for 12 special boys raised from childhood, with public school tuition fees granted to hundreds of other boys and girls since 2006. In this video, our boys share their dreams for the future--evolving as they grow up--and express gratitude for donor support. Also included are images of founders Rosemary Gibbons, Moffat Phiri, Kip Myers, and other dear friends who helped create Camp Malawi in 2008. Please go to our website for more information and to donate. Thanks for your support!
A social entrepreneur in Malawi is using bamboo to try to create jobs for the some of country's thousands of unemployed young people. Bamboo Express uses the plant from the grass family to make artistic furniture, while also training others to set up and run their own enterprises.
Otis 'Blasto' Chilamba is a reggae dancehall artist who stands by his mantra of "creating music with a purpose." He uses music to express joy, happiness and real life situations to the people. He believes that "music is the only thing that can express the inexpressible. Him represents for CrossRoad Music CRMG Follow him on twitter @imvablasto Follow us on Twitter @TeamCRMG like our Facebook Page: Crossroad Music Group Join our Facebook Group: CRMG (Cross Road Music Group) #bigup
While I was in Dundee, South Africa, a humble and pious African Qari came for the Ijazah. He recited quran for me on my request. His style was so beautiful that I couldn't stop my tears at that time. There was so Ikhlas in recitation that I can't express in words.