Spectacular highlands and extensive lakes dominate the landscape of Malawi.
Warm weather is also in abundance throughout the year. But its friendly people are Malawi’s most valuable asset. It’s for good reason that the Southeastern African nation is called “The Warm Heart of Africa”.
But as one of the world's poorest countries, Malawi faces many challenges. Deep poverty has resulted in limited educational and employment opportunities.
There is a growing hunger among Malawians to learn more about the Good News, and you can be part of the movement of bringing a deeper faith to the nation.
Malawi has two main seasons. The dry season starts in May to the end of October, and the wet season is from November to April.
Chambo (Tilapia fish) is a delicacy usually served with the staple Nsima (cornmeal) and side dishes like Kachumbari (tomato and onion salad).
Protestantism (58.5%), Catholicism (17.2%%), Islam (13.8%).
Malawi has the fourth highest percentage of people living in extreme poverty in the world.
English is the official language, with Chichewa spoken by over 41% of the population, Chitumbuka (28.2%), Chinyanja (12.8%), and Chiyao (16.1%).