The Lifeline Fund November 2021 brings us a fresh update over from Malawi!
Although Malawi did not suffer as bad as other countries in terms of COVID-19 cases, travel was restricted to keep it moving that way and keep the number decreasing instead of increasing. After cases decreased and the dust had settled more, our charity coordinator was delighted to be able to book her flight and set off back to Malawi after a long time away. She set off excited to be reunited with everyone and gift the community with new equipment and some CoolerAid branded products!
New children to meet, new stories to hear and share and new projects to get started on! Before setting off the coordinator had stopped by the CoolerAid office to say her goodbyes and pick up some new water bottles to gift the community upon arrival.
The children in the community were delighted to receive their new water bottles and could not wait to get over to the borehole and get the water flowing!
A beautiful sight to see, a lot of wonderful smiles all round whilst these insulated bottles get filled up with fresh water!
As well as some gifts from England, we got the pleasure of hearing the updates of the new arrivals at the children's centres... late last year, an infant was found in a life threatening condition and was immediately taken in by The Lifeline Fund and taken to the children's centre. Fortunately, she has not suffered any long term illness or injury - and her injuries were treated swiftly and successfully.
A life that could have been lost, was saved and brought to a safe environment via The Lifeline Fund. Today, she is thriving at the children's centre - living a happy, healthy and fulfilling life... one that will continue to grow supported by education, stable healthcare, dedicated carers & productive routines. This is just one of the inspiring stories The Lifeline Fund has to share with us and the supporters of the charity.
Thank you to The Lifeline Fund Co-ordinator, Josie Charter