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By Constance Pindikani

Timusopenge Care and Share Foundation has donated various assorted items to the needy people living in and around Lupaso residential area in Mzuzu.

Speaking at the organization’s premises on Friday, where the donation was made, Martha Msowoya, who is the founder of the organisation says she wants to help vulnerable people in the society in so many ways.

“Helping people is my mission, and I wish to urge well-wishers to help me in reaching out to more people, because I can hardly manage on my own. But whatever the case I will be helping these people in so many ways for the goodness of our society.” said Msowoya.

She however repudiated claims made by many people that those who help others want monetary benefits in return. According to her, helping others is free will and she does not expect anything in return.

Sharing the same thoughts as Msowoya’s is Samuel Kalinda who is an Agricultural Extension Development Officer. According to Kalinda, he would like to partner with her organization in order to improve the nutrition status of those vulnerable.

“I dream of forming a partnership with Timusopenge Care and Share foundation. This will help in improving the diet of those vulnerable people in our society.” Said Kalinda.

Wainga Singini, Village Headman for Lupaso hailed Msowoya for her endless effort in eradicating problems in the society. He further appealed to all well-wishers to work hand in hand with Msowoya to improve the well-being of people.

Timusopenge Care and Share Foundation is a non-profit organization. Based in Mzuzu’s Lupaso residential area, it has also a Community Based Child Care, a women empowerment organisation, among other things. The donation comprised soap, juice, food, clothes, plus many other things.

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