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My thanks for your emails and phone calls showing concern about the impact of Cyclone Idai in Malawi. From the point of view of Mtunthama, I can report that the community escaped the force of it; the damage and loss of life was much further south...

This is from a report by Clinical Officer Peter Minjale  at the Shrewsbury School Eye Clinic, St Andrew's hospital, Malawi:  “This is Rose Mpamba , who is 53 years old from Moto Vilage , Ntchisi district. She had been totally blind from cataract in both eyes for one year. She could not work....

“Our soft spoken Surgeon” : The following recent story about Dr Amos Nyaka is from the Daily Times of Malawi . You may well recognise Amos’ name – he is  my  friend and ex-student, now eye surgeon,  who makes  regular visits to St Andrew’s for...

Seven Years On: A Return Visit To St Andrews Hospital, Mtunthama July, 2018 Working at St Andrews hospital during the later part of the afternoon you’ll sometimes hear the wonderful sound of the All Saints Church choir drifting down on the breeze as they rehearse in the church. The...

Charity costs It is recommended by the Charity Commission, and certainly encouraged by the media, that each Annual Report begins with a statement of the costs of running the charity in question, including salaries and expenses. This is to show clearly to donors and other stakeholders what proportion of...