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Nakhwala Village needs $10859 to Build a Bridge. This project will help 5896 people across 1052 households. Nakhwala has contributed 5% ($543), materials, and labor.

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Three Village X partner villages -- Nakhwala, Saiti and Chikumbu -- want to build a bridge to provide year-round access to schools and health facilities.


Community Problem: During the rainy season, the Namatope River floods, denying residents of these villages access to a local school and health clinic. When flooded, the River also prevents vehicles from transporting critically ill patients from the health clinic to the district hospital in Zomba, the closest city. Not having a bridge is also dangerous for local residents. For example, Mary Lichapa and her brother nearly drowned trying to cross the flooded Namatope after a heavy rain. Thankfully they were rescued by passersby.


Community Solution: Build a bridge across the Namatope River. The bridge will facilitate year-round access across the River, improving access to education, health, commercial, and agricultural activities.


Partners: direct donors and the people of Nakhwala, Saiti, and Chikumbu


Outcome: a sturdy bridge that ensures year-round crossings of the Namatope River

Aug 2021
Project Posted
Aug 2021
Village Raises Cash Contribution
Aug 2021
Project Funded
Field Officer Myson Jambo

Email: myson@villagex.org
Phone Number:
+2659783408

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Cost Breakdown

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$1012

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$8298

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$0

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$1271

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$278

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Change in Development Score:
Nakhwala Village v. Control Villages
Dollars Invested in Projects in
Nakhwala Village (cumulative)

Change in Health Burden:
Nakhwala Village v. Control Villages
*Scores based on # of waterborne illnesses, malaria cases, maternal deaths, and infant deaths per capita.
Change in Local Education:
Nakhwala Village v. Control Villages
*Scores based on school enrollment and national exam passage rates per capita.
Change in Business Activity:
Nakhwala Village v. Control Villages
*Scores based on # of agriculural and non-agricultural village businesses per capita.
Change in Lifestyle Upgrades:
Nakhwala Village v. Control Villages
*Scores based on # of roofs with iron sheets, TVs, motorcycles, and smartphones per capita.
Change in Agricultural Production:
Nakhwala Village v. Control Villages
*Scores based on # of 60 kg bags of maize produced per capita.
Change in Livestock Holdings:
Nakhwala Village v. Control Villages
*Scores based on # of goats and cows per capita.
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