Medic Malawi is a small charity, funding a hospital in Mtunthama, rural Malawi, which opened in 2001, together with a clinic for feeding the malnourished and an orphanage for 70 children. This charity is special because:
Every penny raised goes to Malawi – there are no UK administration costs or salaries.
We seek to involve supporters and volunteers – and especially teenagers – in the actions of the charity, experiencing Africa for themselves and sharing time with the people in Mtunthama.
It is focused on one district, which offers continuity, regular contact and transparency.
The foundations of our work are deep: this is a project which has gradually been built with the local community. The community of Mtunthama are involved at every stage – there is constant self help. There is real progress and achievement.
But there is still so much need.
Please enjoy this website which tells you much more about the Medic Malawi project.
Every penny raised will go to Malawi. Anybody who would like to make a donation to the project can e-mail us at email@example.com
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Hi, Stephen has completed the December newsletter, which contains link to a video made by Paul Kaye from Shrewsbury School and featuring some interesting footage around the facilities in Mtunthama, including St Andrew's Hospital. Unfortunately, the platform we were using to stream that video has reached capacity in terms of downloads... Never fear! By the miracle of YouTube, the video is now here: