The OVC feeding and education support is still proving a challenge to the community of Chinseu- Malawi hence instead of the problem solvede another problem arise that hinders the community from participating the community contribution to the CBO activities. The same and more than the problems addressed to the comunity of OVC hunger and lack of school fees for Orphans in secondary schools now the community are facing the following challenges;
We are facing unstable prices of items in different selling points and the most expensive item is our stapple foodstuff. This affects people living in towns / cities and also people living in the rural / remote areas, in such away that people are failing to use their salaries to acccommodates the 30 days in a month, this has victimises the people living in the rural areas who ussually depend on getting piece works from people who are employed in companies in the towns / cities hence most people has stopped giving piece work to the people who stays in the villages.
Poverty and hunger in Malawi has gone to another bad extent, that only 5 % of the community are able to help vulnerable groups hence the situation has turn every Malawian, a vulnerable. Even though they (Malawian ) are working / not as salaries at work places are too minimal to accomodates high prices of human daily basic needs.
According to Chinseu CBO Survey (January 2013 community needs assessment.) it has shown that the community currently are struggling/failing to support even their families due to the floatation of our local currency Kwacha (MK) now the prices of the commodities are not stable and anyone can not make a 14 days realistic budget that will at the end of the day purchases the commodities on the budget sheet.
* OVC FEEDING;
Chinseu CBO is giving credits to all Donors, Well wishers that joined us on this hardful moments on making sure the Orphans are fed at our feeding centre. May you all be receiving Blessings from our Blessious Lord our Jesus Christ. Many thanks are going to Fiderity Charitable gift fund ( Jimmy and Janie) for fully understands the challenges and needs of Chinseu Orphanage being with the major reccurring Donor to the project.
Chinseu CBO is inviting all Donors community who previously donates to the projects (activities) chinseu undertakes to continue donating to the projects as it is an on-going project that is needing your generous support for the best living of this Vulnerable group (Orphans). Considering the challenges addressed above these Orphans are living at a high risk of living alone as the people who was considering their needs are suffering upon the economic hardships that the Nation is undergoing.
-Chinseu CBO is encouraging all our Donors to know that any amount they give to Chinseu CBO projects are going straight to the intended purposes and those donation everytime brings good changes to Chinseu CBO. Giving a charitable donation does not need you to a millionaire you can give a small amount you have and ask God to bless the amount you give so that it will help solve the problems our friends, sisters and brothers are experiencing right now.
NOTE TO OUR DONORS; It has been proved that giving one timeto an ON-GOING projects brings a short and small changes to these on going projects So Chinseu is asking you our friends, well wishers, donors now be giving even a small a mount for a long time ie one year, two years so on this brings along impact to the projects since every month the Organisation knows that they have funds to run the activities and any project risks like down fall of our local currency does not affects the buying of the foodstuffs for our Orphans.
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