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Scotland Malawi Partnership - 10 years
In January 2017, the Global Partnership for Education, Rihanna's Clara Lionel Foundation and Global Citizen visited Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world. The Clara Lionel Foundation has partnered with the Global Partnership for Education and Global Citizen to advocate for strong education systems that ensure the world's poorest kids can get a quality education. Take action: https://ri-hanna.io/clfglbl Credits: Tom Kucy, Director of Photography, Critical Mass Studio Justin Medoruma, Director of Photography, Critical Mass Studio Evan E. Rogers, Director of Photography & Editor, FENTY Corp.
Ubale (oo.ba.leh) = Partnership The full film about the partnership between Aberdeen Presbytery (Church of Scotland) and Blantyre City Presbytery, Malawi (CCAP). Includes footage from trips to Malawi and from visitors to Aberdeen from Blantyre, reflections on the partnership. Directed by Kay Cowie Produced by Kay Cowie, Robert Smith, Presbytery of Aberdeen 2016 Magic Marker Productions
In January 2017, Rihanna's Clara Lionel Foundation, Global Citizen, and the Global Partnership for Education visited Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world. The Clara Lionel Foundation has partnered with the Global Partnership for Education and Global Citizen to advocate for strong education systems that ensure the world's poorest kids can get a quality education. Take action: globalcitizen.org/gpe Credits: Tom Kucy, Director of Photography, Critical Mass Studio Justin Medoruma, Director of Photography, Critical Mass Studio Evan E. Rogers, Director of Photography & Editor, FENTY Corp.
Check out this video entry by 500 Miles to our SMP Member Awards 2017. 500 Miles said: "Many children and adults of all ages find themselves in need of an artificial limb or a brace/splint to enjoy independent mobility and maximum body function. 500 miles believes that access to such assistive devices is a basic human right – and one we have the luxury to take for granted in Scotland. Our video shows how we are working with the Ministry of Health in Malawi to create, incubate and hand over to it a truly sustainable, Malawian prosthetic and orthotic service that will benefit future generations so that both today, and in years to come, no-one is left behind."
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In July, 2013, missionary representatives from churches in the Pittsburgh Presbytery and South Sudan, traveled to Malawi, Africa. The purpose of this trip was to carry out God’s plan for His world through mutual encouragement in our faith and life journey’s in tripartite partnership between the Pittsburgh Presbytery, PC (USA), the Synod of Blantyre of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) in Malawi, Africa, and the South Sudan Presbyterian Evangelical Church in South Sudan, Africa. For more information visit: www.pghpip.org
About the Partnership In recognition of a specific mental health need, identified through Niamh staff who had knowledge of Malawi, a small team undertook an exploratory visit to the Ekwendendi area in the summer of 2007. This resulted in the birth of a partnering arrangement with existing groups providing Mental Health services in Malawi. The local groups included the Central Church of Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) and The Hospitaller Order of St John of God Community Services. Ongoing efforts by Niamh with the support of these partners have seen the establishment of a Malawi based and constituted Non Government Organisation (NGO) to promote mental health and support local residents who have been diagnosed with mental health needs in the Ekwendeni region. Vwira Mental Health is owned, man...
Get involved with the #GlobalGoals and visit our website: http://scotland-malawipartnership.org/get-involved/global-goals/
Over the last year, we've been working with three Scottish schools to learn more about their school links with Malawi. In this final video, Bannerman High School in Glasgow share how they have developed their school partnership with Masalani Day Secondary School in Malawi. If you'd like more information about school links between Scotland and Malawi, head over to our website for more info: http://scotland-malawipartnership.org/areas-of-partnership/primary-and-secondary-education/
On Monday 7th November 2016 over 350 students from 15 schools all across Scotland came together at George Watson’s College in Edinburgh for the SMP annual Youth Congress. Find out more here: http://www.scotland-malawipartnership.org/news-events/past-events/youth-congress-2016-edinburgh
This video is a representation of G4S Malawi's continued relationship with Bhubesi Pride Foundation (BPF). G4S Malawi and BPF have been working together since 2013. In Malawi we work together in the Area 25 region of rural Lilongwe. Together, both organisation's teams reach out to school communities, working with pupils and teachers, coaching rugby, teaching life skills and initiating various legacy projects. We spend two weeks here every year and our work culminates in impressive tournament days. In this video - filmed and produced in April 2016 - we showcase work carried out together with G4S Malawi, with interview contributions from two key employees.
To mark the bicentenary of the birth of Dr David Livingstone and the visit of Malawian President Dr Joyce Banda to Holyrood, Members of the Scottish Parliament and Malawian MPs discuss plans to further strengthen the long-standing links between the two countries.
In 2011, we partnered with World Vision to sponsor over 2,000 children in the villages of Chamba and Mposa, in Malawi. Here is the latest update on the work that we have been a part of over the last 5 years, and the work that is still ahead of us for the next 10 years. For more about our work with World Vision Canada: http://www.themeetinghouse.com/worldvision Connect with us: http://themeetinghouse.com/teaching http://twitter.com/themeetinghouse http://facebook.com/themeetinghousechurch
Scotland Malawi Partnership - 10 years