Last night Joshua Orphan Care Trust organised an event in London to raise awareness of the important work that they do in Malawi to fight poverty and improve the lives of both orphaned children and the communities they live in for a better, sustainable future.
The night kicked off with talks from His Excellency Dr Francis Moto, the High Commissioner of the Malawi Embassy London who gave a wonderful over view of a beautiful country and sent out a warm invitation to everyone to visit. He was followed by patron of Joshua, Zoe Salmon who went to Malawi herself to make a film about the orphaned children. She shared her own experience and highlighted that just a small donation to Joshua would make a massive difference to people’s lives. Redson Chamveka, Joshua’s Project Manager then took to the mike to explain exactly what Joshua do in Malawi.
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The night was a massive success and thanks go out to all the speakers, the Joshua trustees for organising the event and for everyone who came along in support.