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Women find their voice through radio
The FM radio is lovingly unwrapped from its chitenje cloth. The women erupt into song, carefully recording it using the small handheld device.

Alone and grieving, two young orphans are thrown a lifeline
The brothers are still in shock. Their mother died only a month ago, and now they live alone. The youngest, Chisomo, which means “mercy” in the dominant Chichewa language, is just 11 years old.

Social cash transfer: Esimy Lenardi single mother of 10 children
Lilongwe, December 2007 - Gaelle Sevenier

Social cash transfer: Tereza Chatsilizika, HIV positive single mother with disabled children
Lilongwe, December 2007 - Gaelle Sevenier

Social Cash Transfer: Rita Nelson, disabled single mother with five children.
Lilongwe, December 2007 - Gaelle Sevenier

Social cash transfer: Margaret Bikyele HIV positive single mother
Lilongwe, December 2007 - Gaelle Sevenier

Social cash transfer: Regina Konderwani, head of household at age 16
Lilongwe, December 2007 - Deepani Jinadasa

Social cash transfer: Blackson Kalinde, grandparents responsible of four orphaned grandchildren
Lilongwe, December 2007 - Deepani Jinadasa

Social cash transfer: Setrida Eliya single grandmother caring for four orphans
Lilongwe, December 2007 - Gaelle Sevenier

 

 

 

 

Photo essay: Cash transfers for the ultra poor

Learn more about the plight of ultra poor households in Malawi and what UNICEF is doing about it, depicted through photos.


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