February Malawi Update


THANK YOU! You have been a vital part of the FVM family in Malawi even though separated by thousands of miles. Many of you have contributed financially and all of you have received FVM’s monthly email updates from Africa.

We are excited to share with you an opportunity to partner with the people of Malawi and Future Vision Ministries to bring dramatic and positive change to more than 30,000 lives. Since its inception over 25 years ago, FVM has partnered with you, our faithful donors, to provide resources and programs identified and initiated by our Malawian partners to make a difference in spirit, soul and body.

Please watch this short clip to catch our vision and hope for this year:

Is it ambitious to add the creation of a medical facility to the programs already operating?

Yes!! Yet, we believe wholeheartedly that we are called to move forward. With the generosity already shown by you, our donors, extremely low overhead costs, and careful management of resources, we have been able to take the first steps in designing a healthcare centre that will help to meet the desperate need for medical services. The design is being carefully planned for current needs and possible future expansion.

Through community-led initiatives, supported by donors like you, children, youth and adults are given opportunities to thrive through nutritional initiatives, educational resources, eyecare, water and sanitation improvements, empowerment of women through microfinance, and spiritual teaching and guidance.

You have seen the video and heard their voices, their deep concern and their hopes and dreams for this new healthcare facility.

Will you partner with FVM in making this healthcare centre a reality both in the development phase and for its future sustainability?

FVM is deeply grateful for your partnership over the years and for your consideration of this request.

The Future Vision Ministries family (North America and Malawi)


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