Malawi: one year living in the warm heart of Africa

Children watch the UNICEF team at work in a fishing village on Lake Chilwa © Andrew Brown/2017/Malawi

At 5am in the morning, the surface of Lake Malawi is still and blue. The air is cool with a light breeze replacing the storm that raged the night before. On the far side of the lake, to the south, the mountains of Mozambique slip in and out of a cloud bank. To the north, the water stretches past small islands all the way to the horizon – a sharp line dividing dark water from pale blue sky.

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