What it is

Imagine a GP surgery on wheels, stocked with medicine and carrying a clinical team, able to get to the remotest parts of Africa and deliver life-saving medical care.

Where the idea came from

Our early programme in Malawi was community based, caring for children orphaned by the HIV/AIDS pandemic. In every village we found dozens of sick children and put our heads together to find a solution and came up with the concept of taking the medical care to where the need is, hence the Mobile Clinics.

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The Impact

The greatest improvement to the quality of life for children is access to quality medical care, ending suffering and saving lives.

What Your Donation Could Do

A donation of £15 would buy the medicine to treat 20 sick children.

A donation of £50 would buy 10 strong, long-life mosquito nets.

Featured Updates

12 Nov

ENABLING CHILDREN SUFFERING FROM ASTHMA TO BREATHE AGAIN

  • By Helping children with AIDS in Africa
  • Cause in
What is it? Asthma is a common inflammatory disease of the airways of the lungs. It is characterized by variable and recurrent symptoms, reversible airflow obstruction, and bronchospasm. Symptoms include episodes of wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, and.
12 Nov

FREEING CHILDREN FROM INFESTATIONS OF WORMS

  • By Helping children with AIDS in Africa
  • Cause in
  What is it? Parasitic worms are small creatures which either live in the earth or dirty water and can be picked up by children when they play. The worms then live inside the children, debilitating the.
12 Nov

SAVING CHILDREN FROM THE THREAT OF MALARIA

  • By Helping children with AIDS in Africa
  • Cause in
What it is: Malaria is a disease which gives people fever, fatigue, vomiting and headaches. Left untreated the disease can lead to permanent physical disabilities or death. How we treat it: Symptomatic diagnosis, confirmed by Rapid Test.
27 Jul

Malawi’s malaria menace overwhelming our efforts

  • By Helping children with AIDS in Africa
  • Cause in
In 2015, malaria was responsible for 90% of the deaths occurring in Sub-Saharan Africa. As one of the poorest countries in the region, Malawi is particularly affected. Although there have been huge efforts to combat malaria in.
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