According to a report from the Associated Press, Malawi's laws typically do not allow international adoptions and require Malawian child welfare to evaluate potential parents for up to one year.
I've heard that there is a problem with something called bilharzia in Lake Malawi, where I was planning on staying a while.
crossing the border into Malawi, we soon reach the shores of its huge lake.
I had a range of colors -- Prussian blue, burnt umber, cadmium yellow -- but no ' Malawi glow ' .
The Financial Times reported that Malawi had ' broken the eleventh commandment: thou shalt not be poor ' .
depreciatet countries in Africa Malawi relies heavily on imports and the cost of these rises with a depreciating currency.
The government of Malawi has introduced a system of coupons, enabling farmers to buy fertilizer at subsidized prices.
histopathology service for Malawi was provided for this unit.
In Zimbabwe the monthly minimum wage is the equivalent of 500,000 meticais and in Malawi 498,000 meticais, claims the provincial government.
soak up the rays in idyllic beaches on Zanzibar or on the shores of Lake Malawi.
Roughly the size of Scotland, Lake Malawi displays the temperament of a fully fledged sea.
I buy a rather touristy jug with " A Present from Malawi " written on it (just kidding!
Soak up the rays in idyllic beaches on Zanzibar or on the shores of Lake Malawi.
I buy a rather touristy jug with " A Present from Malawi " written on it (just kidding !
Like Angelina Jolie before her, Madonna has now taken custody of a boy from Malawi.
According to People magazine, Madonna left Malawi with the 1-year-old boy, although laws there state that prospective adoptive parents are required to foster the child in the country for up to 24 months.
The Miracle Mineral website claims that this preparation has been tested on more than 75,000 disease victims in Africa, and speaks of scientific trials conducted in a prison in Malawi, East Africa that are purported to support their claims.
The word usage examples above have been gathered from various sources to reflect current and historial usage. They do not represent the opinions of YourDictionary.com.