Napoleon Dzombe

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Napoleon Dzombe is a businessman and philanthropist in Malawi. He is the founder of Blessing Hospital. He was a major figure in giving aid during the 2001-2002 drought in Malawi. Dzombe also works to promote better agricultural practices in Malawi. He owns and operates Madalitso Food Production. He also owns a sugar corporation. Dzombe's company Mtalimanja Holdings Limited has also invested millions of dollars in large scale rice milling machinery.[1]

In 2012 Dzombe lead a group of businessmen who made a major investment in biodiesle technology for Malawi.[2]

His work was the subject of the short 2005 film "A Warm Heart".[3]

Dzombe is a member of the Church of Christ.[4]

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