Call of Nature

“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” – John Muir

Second time around in the field…

Being a new joiner in Partners in Health, I was given the privilege again to be out in the field for one whole day. I joined the CHW Team (Community Health Workers) and Finance Team (Yay! My Team!) to deliver the monthly stipend of CHW on Upper Neno. There were seven health facilities visited by our team last 27th June 2018. There was also a team who visited the other seven health facilities on Lower Neno side.

The seven sites were far from each other. We travelled from one site to another and passed through one mountain to another. Aside from the normal scene wherein all the CHW from each health facility gathered around for a couple of minutes and received their monthly allowances, I couldn’t help but admire the beauty of the Upper Neno area.

It’s a hidden place for the visitor to explore. Come and join me enjoy the nature here in Neno, Malawi.

Nsambe is breath taking!

Nsambe, Neno District, Malawi


Look closely. There is a village on the slope of the mountain. (Nsambe, Neno)


The good thing about Nsambe is the presence of Pine Trees! It’s really cold up here.


Do you want to travel the border of Malawi (left) and Mozambique (right)? I do not know who owns the road now! Malawi or Mozambique? 🙂


Here is a glance from Dambe Health Facility.

The view from Dambe Health Facility of Partners in Health.


The nature is really calling me to stay longer here in Neno, Malawi! See you again on my next story here in my blog!


Post Scriptum
Due to difficulty in uploading videos and photos, this story will be updated every now and then, provided a strong internet connection is available.

More videos and photos are available on my facebook page. Just search for my name : Gilbert Guerra.



    1. It’s my pleasure Manu. There are few more videos but unable to upload due to internet connection. Those are better than the video here.

  1. I am so glad you are enjoying Neno, as you say it really is beautiful – keep the psots coming its great to hear your news

    1. Thanks Sylvia. Will definitely post more pictures in the coming days. I hope I can join the trip again.

  2. I am really enjoying your blog and experiencing the sights and sounds of Malawi- thank you!

    1. Thanks Deborah! I like that you enjoy it. Wanted to show as well the beauty of this place.

  3. I can almost smell the fresh air and the breeze on my face from these pictures – these views are good for the soul !

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