Malawi is a country in Southern Africa with a beautiful nature. It shares borders with Mozambique, Tanzania and Zambia. The large ‘Lake Malawi’ forms the eastern border of the country. Malawi, that is about 3.5 times as large as the Netherlands, is known as ‘The warm heart of Africa’ because of the friendliness of its inhabitants. The country was number 153 in the Human Development Index 2010, published by the United Nations. Eighty percent of the Malawians live from less than 1.25 dollars per day. The majority of the people live in rural areas with electricity. It has been estimated that about one million Malawians are HIV-positive.