Malawi Child Development Center projects impacting communities

Malawi Child Development Center projects impacting communities

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Africa Region Church of the Nazarene
| 06 Jun 2024
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Malwai CDC

Recently, representatives from the four districts of Malawi, including child development coordinators, some district superintendents, and other stakeholders closely involved with Nazarene Compassionate Ministries and child development, came together for a two-day training session in Lilongwe.

This gathering aimed to empower leaders on topics such as the holistic child development framework, child protection, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries’ Child Sponsorship, and mentoring. Additionally, the event included site visits to monitor various projects across Malawi that enable local churches to engage with hundreds of children weekly.

The leaders were invited to enhance their ministry involvement, focusing on children's spiritual, physical, intellectual, and social development. The Child Development Centres (CDCs) are vital in achieving this objective. For instance, the Goshen CDC initiated a chicken project to sustain its activities, while the Kabudula CDC started farming to support the CDC.

Moreover, the Peniel and Nathenje CDCs cater to over 200 children each week, and the Mponela CDC launched a mealie meal grinding project that benefits the community and shares the gospel with over 150 children weekly.

Through the Child Development ministry, the church positively impacts children and families in various communities, fostering church growth and community outreach. With the global church's support, financial needs are met and resources are provided to address the children's requirements throughout Malawi.

--Church of the Nazarene Africa Region

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