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+1,000,000 adults and children are living with HIV.

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1% of the population receives a college education.

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The average life expectancy has dropped to 36 years old.

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Over 200 people die of AIDS each day in Malawi.

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Raising Malawi blog

Malawi Floods – Raising Malawi’s support

Madonna and Raising Malawi are providing financial support to the US Fund for UNICEF’s efforts to bring essential supplies and shelter to Malawians affected by the floods.

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I Am Because We Are Update

In 2008, Madonna embarked on a journey to document the experiences of orphans in Malawi, where an estimated one million children had lost parents to HIV/AIDS. I Am Because We Are (IABWA) shared the story of eight orphans, their challenges with adjusting to life without parents, and dreams for the future. Since the conclusion of the film, Raising Malawi has provided critical educational and medical support for these children and their families. During her November trip to Malawi, Madonna paid a visit to the IABWA children. Here’s an update on a few of the children!

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I Am Because We Are Update

In 2008, Madonna embarked on a journey to document the experiences of orphans in Malawi, where an estimated one million children had lost parents to HIV/AIDS. I Am Because We Are (IABWA) shared the story of eight orphans, their challenges with adjusting to life without parents, and dreams for the future. Since the conclusion of the film, Raising Malawi has provided critical educational and medical support for these children and their families. During her November trip to Malawi, Madonna paid a visit to the IABWA children. Here’s an update on a few of the children!

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