Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Malawi-Famine-Documentation-27MZIFLX5ZFO.htmlConceptually similarMalawi Famine DocumentationGP01F0ICompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0RRTCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0P9UCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0ESPCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP01A13Completed★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0SQNCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP0X6GCompleted★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP038YCompleted★★★★★★Malawi Famine DocumentationGP012YVCompleted★★★★View AllGP012YUMalawi Famine DocumentationSister Teresa checks each childs record at the Mtegowanthenga Hospital. Mothers flock to the hospital run by Carmelitan Missionaries with their undernourished babies, many showing clear signs of malnutrition. The hospital is trying to support the local communities with a feeding program for undernourished children. Recent drought has caused crops to fail in the entire Southern Cone of Africa. Experts say the worst will come in November through to March 2003.Locations:Africa-Lilongwe-Malawi-Southern AfricaDate:30 Aug, 2002Credit:© Clive Shirley / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3576px X 2433pxKeywords:Children-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Global warming-KWCI (GPI)-Nuns-Outdoors-WomenShoot:Malawi Famine DocumentationMalnutrition and hunger are widespread in Malawi and experts say the worst will come in November through to March 2003.