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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

Raising Malawi Scholars Update - October 2014

10.01.2014

The vocational students we are supporting just started their apprenticeships! They are putting the skills they learned in school into action so they will be better prepared for the workforce.

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August 2014 Update

08.11.2014

The Raising Malawi team just returned from a successful trip to Malawi. The team visited with various grantees, including the children receiving academic scholarships from Raising Malawi and the vocational students who have just finished a successful first year and will be starting their apprenticeships this fall.

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Millennium Promise Scholars Update

07.31.2014

Our 10 Connect to Learn Scholars in Mwandama just finished their second year of secondary school! They took their exams this summer and are looking forward to attending senior secondary school in the fall. During the 2013/14 school year, we provided school supplies, bicycles and mentorship services, as well as organized community meetings to ensure the success of our scholars. We also provided computer training to the girls’ teachers so they would be better equipped to teach their students.

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