One of the things that I love about LifeNets projects is that they are most often investments that–with hard work and faithful stewardship–have the potential to change many lives, rather than helping only one individual or family. An example is the prenatal and neonatal clinic that is being built in Salima, Malawi.
Nester Phiri is a nurse who had worked at another LifeNets clinic in Lilongwe before moving back to Salima. Thanks to LifeNets, she is realizing her lifelong dream to build a clinic for expectant mothers. Her hard work, combined with the support of LifeNets, will hopefully improve lives in Salima greatly. As the clinic takes shape, it is already in the process of being registered with the government.
Read more and see more pictures here.