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Introducing Mulanje Mission Hospital

Mulanje Mission Hospital works together with a local government hospital to serve a population of 550,000 people in the Mulanje district of south east Malawi. Mulanje Mission was established towards the end of the 19th century, and the initial health facility on the present site operated as a maternity clinic only. Nowadays the 220 bedded hospital provides a full range of medical, surgical and paediatric services. Together with the adjacent College of Nursing,  MMH has become well known for its high standards of care, under the governance of Blantyre Synod of the Central Church of Africa Presbyterian (CCAP).

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College of Nursing

The College of Nursing was established in 1950 by Scottish Missionaries as a dormitory at Mulanje Mission Hospital for the training of Midwives in the local language. In 2002 it became a fully fledged Nursing and Midwifery College. In 2005 we started to admit both male and female students. Source of funding The College is …

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The CCAP church at MMH is a vital and vibrant part of our community. There are services every sunday at 7.30am (english) and 10am (chichewa).  We are happy to share some of our choirs with you:  

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There are three schools at Mulanje Mission: Apatsa, the primary school and the community day secondary school.  

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Likuni Phala Factory

Likuni Phala factory produces Likuni Phala (fortified soya enriched flour). The unit is a non-profit making organization set up to reduce  the incidence of malnutrition among vulnerable groups at household level. Mulanje Mission Likuni Phala Production Unit (LPPU) was set up by Mulanje Mission Hospital with technical and financial support from the Royal Tropical Institute …

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