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Welcome to Bridges To Malawi

We are a small committed group of American health care professionals and extraordinary Malawians. With your help, we are making a difference in Malawi, one of the poorest countries in the world.

This is a land of hardworking subsistence farmers, beset by drought and lack of resources.

Every contribution – from malaria treatment, to hand pumps for irrigation, to $10 microfinance loans – makes a major improvement in these family’s lives.

Bridges to Malawi is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit

June 10, 2021

Peter has some exciting updates to share with us today:


On behalf of K2 TASO, WELLO water wheel beneficiaries and their relatives, I wish to register our vote of thanks to you and the rest of BTM for the WELLOs donation which will help the beneficiaries to have sufficient quality water. The WELLOs will also be a source of physiotherapy tool to the beneficiaries as they will either be pulling or pushing the device hence moving different muscles in the body. The donation exercise is currently in progress as shown in this photographic report.

As of today, June 10th 2021, a total of 403 beneficiaries have received the WELLO water wheels. Among the recipients are the elderly, people living with HIV/AIDS, Palliative care patient, dairy cow farmers and some people who walk long distances to fetch water.


On behalf of K2 TASO management, I am very thankful to you and the rest of Bridges To Malawi (BTM) for the financial support towards logistics to have wheelchairs accessed and donated here in Mtunthama and Wimbe . On June 8th 2021 we managed to donate three wheelchairs to three children at Mtunthama and on June 9th 2021, we donated four children wheelchairs and one adult wheelchair at Wimbe health centre and K2 TASO clinic.


I am pleased to inform you that one of the hostein cows at Kasikidzi kraal calved Yesterday. It is a calf born.

Last Saturday, another cow belonging to one of our dairy beneficiaries also calved. It is a female born. This means we now have two males and two females calved.

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“We are all optimistic for a better Malawi. A new Malawi without scarcity of hospital items, new Malawi without corruption, new Malawi without significant famine, new Malawi without nepotism, new Malawi which will create job opportunities, new Malawi which will offer quality education to its people and indeed new Malawi which will respect human rights. We pray for our Mother Malawi to favour the disadvantaged especially those in rural settings”
Peter Minjale, Director, K2Tigwaranamanja AIDS Support Organization

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