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Malawi is a land-locked country in central Africa which is bordered by Tanzania (NE), Mozambique (S), and Zambia (W). Its GDP is one of the lowest ten (10) nations in the world which translates into extreme poverty, hunger, livelihood, health, and education challenges. Approximately 76% of the people name Christianity as their religion, yet discipleship and pastoral training are lacking, especially in rural areas.

The majority of Malawian people live in rural villages and make an average salary of $0.53 per day. Drought related famine, HIV / AIDS, and malaria have had devastating effects on the people of this African nation.

ACTION had an established national board in Malawi which sponsors missionaries and oversees church-based ministry projects such as pastoral leadership development (LPD),child evangelism, Bible training, feeding programs for orphans and widows, evangelistic Christmas programs, goat project, permaculture and school fee assistance programs.