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About Chris Marrow

Chris Marrow was born in 1943 and trained as a merchant navy deck officer. He went on to work in many parts of the world, including owning and operating his own ferries. After twelve years working in marine operations for aid and development, he now runs a fleet of ships on Lake Malawi.

Articles by Chris Marrow

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

<i>Ring a Ring o' Roses</i>: Malawi's dance of death

What is the main reason for southern Africa’s immense human problems? ‘Famine’ and ‘drought’ are familiar answers from aid agencies and media. Such words are a distraction, says this report from Malawi. The core problem is HIV/Aids, and only changes within African society itself can open the way to solving it.

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