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SaltMalawi is a UK registered charity working to relieve poverty and suffering, to enhance education and to advance the Christian faith, in Malawi and also in parts of Mozambique. We trust that browsing this web site will inform you about our work, and also inspire you to support us in some way.


Latest News - September 2019


Trustee Visit

Our thanks for your prayers for Evan Winter and Malcolm Franks during their recent visit to Malawi and their meetings with Disciples of Jesus Church. Representing SaltMalawi trustees, Evan and Malcolm were welcomed by Malawian Church leaders and new relationships formed. John Seda, on behalf of the Church, described their vision, emphasising enthusiastic commitment to continuing growth and to ongoing partnership with SaltMalawi. John Seda and Biliati Ngoma hosted the week-long visit, giving briefings on recent growth and Church needs. Evan and Malcolm also met with all the Church trustees and contributed to joint-planning discussions. They left with valuable information and unforgettable impressions to help strengthen links with the Malawian Church and to focus the support we give.

Evan preaches at Nyombe Church as John translates
John and Biliati help Malcolm to nsima (maize), mustard, and egg dish


We look forward to ever closer ties as these new relationships develop. Please support us in prayer as we seek to respond to requests for help ranging from administration and finance, through orphan care, mercy work to the elderly and poor, food for the hungry, training on topics from discipleship to business skills, as well as a range of facilities from bicycles to mobile phones.


This and other recent stories can be found in the September 2019 newsletter.


Recent Newsletters

Click here to see the SaltMalawi Newsletter for September 2019.

Click here to see the SaltMalawi Newsletter for November 2018.

Click here to see the SaltMalawi Newsletter for July 2018.


Bicycle for Kasungu


Breaking news (the wrapping is still on!!):

We are pleased to report that SM funds have enabled the purchase of this bicycle for Kasungu.

This will help the leaders reach out to other villages.