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A heart-warming Initiative in Mtunthama On May 4th and 5th, St Andrew’s Mtunthama offered its first deafness treatment project, with expert visiting audiologists from Lilongwe, in partnership with ‘Hear the World Foundation’. St Andrew’s arranged feeding for patients and their carers; Kamuzu Academy very kindly hosted...

Yohane Njirayamanda, 9 months old child admitted to St. Andrew’s hospital for severe anaemia and severe malnutrition form called Kwashiorkor. He got blood transfusion and STAH had to make a special budgetary allocation to prepare an alternative therapeutic feed on top of the breast feeding....

20-20 vision for 2016 and beyond We all know that charities are getting a bad name at the moment because of their costs and their pestering, and so its good again to be able to say that Medic Malawi has no UK costs - no salaries,...

[caption id="attachment_1417" align="alignleft" width="300"] Elizabeth with eggs for AMAO[/caption] To all supporters I vividly remember a conversation with Boyson, who recently retired from running our orphanage, ‘AMAO’, with his wife Florence. “I count all the children every night” he said. “To make sure they haven’t run away?!” I asked...

For the last year Medic Malawi has been able to offer monthly eye surgery helping people like David, pictured. This 10-year-old boy had good sight until he was blinded by complications from measles at the age of three. It was totally unnecessary blindness – as is...

To all supporters It is good to tell you about progress in Malawi in these updates, but this month I want to say thank you. There are so many requests for your money and support, and I am deeply touched, and grateful, that you give to...

Dear friends of Medic Malawi From its very start AMAO, our orphanage has been led by the love and care and wisdom of Florence and Boyson Kwaderanji, standing and sitting to the left on the picture above, honorary Mother and Father to many many children. Never counting...

This month's Newsletter takes a slightly different form - letters from Mtunthama to the head of Medic Malawi, Stephen Drew, from three of the people who make a difference on a daily basis to the lives of people supported by the charity. You can download it...

Merry Christmas! Thank you for all your support in 2014. Below is a link to a video that introduces you to some of the people who have benefitted from the work of Medic Malawi in the last year - our thanks to Paul Kaye from Shrewsbury School...

The October Update newsletter is out - and it's especially close to the heart of Medic Malawi's driving force, Stephen Drew. [caption id="attachment_1337" align="alignleft" width="300"] Amos Nyaka tends to a patient[/caption] Stephen worked at Kamuzu Academy in Malawi before he became head of Wrekin College in Wellington,...

At last St Andrew's hospital has a dedicated and special place for very sick children. Donated by the Toy Trust, I saw the Children's Ward for the first time on my visit in July.  It has already been full to overflowing in 'malaria' season and although...

Medic Malawi is set to benefit from the fundraising efforts of a local supporter who is offering a social media policy in exchange for a donation to the charity. Experts at Berners Marketing have created the editable version of the model social media policy to raise...

[caption id="attachment_575" align="alignleft" width="350"] Kirsty Smallman in Malawi[/caption] Kirsty Smallman, partner of Shropshire-based public relations company Journalism and PR, travelled to Malawi in 2007 with Wrekin College. You can read Kirsty's blog about her visit to Mtunthama here Kirsty and her business partner Rhea Alton have kindly agreed...