Mar 20 2019

Flood damage in Mulanje








It is still raining in Mulanje, but we believe that the torrential rains of the last two weeks are coming to an end. Now is the time to assess the damage and begin to help the community rebuild.

 4000 latrines have been destroyed by the floods, and three villages are in urgent need of new boreholes to provide clean water.   The damage to crops and food security will become apparent as the water recedes.

Our priority at MMH is to restore clean water and sanitation to the villages in our catchment area as quickly as possible, to avoid outbreaks of cholera and other diarrhoeal diseases.

 £20 or $27 provides the basic materials, cement and roofing sheets, to enable our community to rebuild one latrine

 £4000 or  $5,300 will pay for a new borehole and pump to provide clean water for a whole village

Please help us to get this work done quickly – any donation, however small, will be gratefully received.






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Feb 06 2019

January – a record tree planting month!

Pupils and staff at the primary school were not put off by the rain during MMH tree planting week 2019!
This year we have exceeded all previous records, and planted more than 2500 trees at MMH. Thanks to Mulanje Mountain Conservation Trust, Eastern Produce Malawi and the village agroforestry groups working with our Sustainable Livelihoods programme for supply of a great variety of tree seedlings. Now for the hard work of looking after them until the next rainy season begins….

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Dec 22 2018

News from MMH: wishing you all a very happy and peaceful Christmas

Newsletter December 2018

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Nov 18 2018

MMH celebrates World Diabetes Day

Congratulations to the non-communicable diseases (NCD) team at MMH, who planned a great day to increase community awareness of diabetes and high blood pressure – a big walk from Chitakale to MMH, and a colourful event on the football ground were well covered by local media. The day focussed on ” Know your Numbers” with free testing for diabetes and hypertension, tallks and demonstrations of healthy eating and cooking.

The marchers assemble at Chitakale

It was a long hot walk up the hill to MMH

The end of the march at Mulanje Mission Primary School

Staff and volunteers from MMH diabetic clinic provide education on healthy eating

Know your Numbers. Staff, patients and volunteers on the big walk from Chitakale arrive at MMH

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Nov 04 2018

Art brightens up the Sustainable Livelihood centre and orphan care clinic

A local artist has transformed the buildings at MMH Sustainable Livelihoods Centre and given our orphan care clinic a child-friendly new look….

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Nov 01 2018

Village irrigation schemes under construction in MMH catchment area

Good news for three villages that have been working hard with MMH Sustainable Livelihoods programme.
Irrigation schemes are being constructed in Bololo, Mwamadi and Wasi villages with the support of Good Little Company, Fane valley co-operative and the Ardbarron Trust.

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Oct 28 2018

MMH news October 2018

Newsletter October 2018 pdf

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Sep 27 2018

“Another milestone in the history of Mulanje Mission Hospital”

“Another milestone in the history of Mulanje Mission Hospital” said Tabu Gonani in her welcoming speech to guests at the dedication and official opening of the hospital’s High Dependency Unit on 19th September. It was a colourful occasion with guests from CCAP Blantyre Synod, the Beit Trust, Mulanje DHO and the community, dancing and singing by hospital staff, speeches and tours of the new unit. The unit was dedicated by Rev Roy Zingani, and the ribbon was cut by Sir Andrew Pocock of the Beit Trust.
Our grateful thanks to all our partners in this endeavour: the Beit Trust, the English Reformed Church Amsterdam with contributions from Rotary and Wilde Ganzen, Brothers Brother in the USA and the DAK Foundation in Australia.
And our thanks to all those MMH planners, managers, clinicians, nurses, cleaners, ground labourers, colleagues from Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital whose fantastic teamwork has ensured that we are now ready to provide this new service for our patients.

Guests of honour – from L to R, Sir Andrew Pocock, Rev Zingani, Rev Kanjerwa, Mr David Long

Tabu Gonani welcomes guests and staff

Entertainment and celebration by MMH staff

Dedication by Rev Roy Zingani

Official Opening by Sir Andrew

Staff training with Dr Matt Aldridge on the first day of opening

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Aug 16 2018

Some photos from MMH Golf Tournament

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Jul 21 2018

MMH news July 2018

MMH Newsletter June 2018-1

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