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MALAWI: Hard hit by famine and corruption

"Now it is hard to keep count. It happens in all villages with more and more frequency. Funerals with long vigils in the night and the sad daily processions, the most obvious signs that slowly, Malawi is a country that is dying," said Fr. Piergiorgio Gamba, Monfortan missionary.


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