Xenophobia is set in Malawi, Africa, with US soldiers acting as peacekeepers to stop a civil war erupting. When an alien spacecraft arrives in orbit, America is thrown into turmoil and US troops are withdrawn from hotspots around the globe to provide support at home. Malawi descends into chaos. Xenophobia follows a band of US Rangers that stay behind to get doctors and patients from an outlying field hospital to safety. When hundreds of alien spacecraft begin flying overhead, the dynamics of war take on an entirely new dimension. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Holly Linden, J. T. Johnson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/016893/bk_acx0_016893_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Malawi is one of the developing countries where ethical issues have been compromised due social economic injustice. This situation is worsening and deepening the HIV & AIDS crisis and poverty. The Church in Malawi is one of the civil society institution which for a long time has been playing a role in responding to social gaps. However the Church's response to the social gaps has been reactively. This book discusses, analyzes and explores theological basis for the Church in Malawi to take more intervention, that is to say playing a proactive role on social ethical issues in combating with the root causes of social economic injustice
This book is an MSc research thesis titled, Assessment of the chemical quality of groundwater for drinking, which was carried out in the Kachindamoto Traditional Authority area of Dedza District in Malawi. The area was ideal for such a study because of the reported saline water which was being used in the surrounding areas. Government's efforts to achieve the millennium development goal of halving the proportion of the population without access to safe drinking water has concentrated on construction of boreholes in rural areas on of Malawi where over 80% of the population live. There are no accredited water supply utilities which are treating the water before it is supplied. As such an assessment of the chemical quality of the water that is being used from these boreholes is necessary in order to determine how safe it is for drinking and other domestic uses. This book is good for scholars in the area of water resources management, hydrochemistry, hydrogeology and it is also appropriate for civil society groups who are trying to help people in the rural areas especially giving them water for domestic use and sanitation, government when it is trying to invest in water resources.
The Bahá'í Faith in Rwanda begins after 1916 with a mention by `Abdu'l-Bahá, then head of the religion, that Bahá'ís should take the religion to the regions of Africa. The first specific mention of Rwanda was in May 1953 suggesting the expanding community of the Bahá'í Faith in Uganda look at sending pioneers to neighboring areas like Ruanda. The first settlers of the religion arrived in the region by July 1953 when Bahá'ís from the United States and Malawi arrived. By 1963 there were three Bahá'í Local Spiritual Assemblies in Burundi-Ruanda. Through succeeding organizations of the countries in the region, the National Spiritual Assembly of Rwanda was formed in 1972. Bahá'ís, perhaps in the thousands, were among those who perished in the Rwandan Genocide Following the disruption of the Rwandan Civil War the national assembly was reformed in 1997. The Bahá'ís of Rwanda have continued to strive for inter-racial harmony, a teaching which Denyse Umutoni, an assistant director of Shake Hands with the Devil, mentions as among the reasons for her conversion to the religion.