About Medic Malawi
Food inflation is currently 14.2%
Life expectancy at birth is 63.7 years.
11.7% of the population have access to electricity
Population of Malawi 17.5 million
66 percent of its 17.5 million people under age 25
Malawi’s population forecast to more than double by 2050
46% of rural population live more than 5 kilometres from nearest health facility and is therefore considered to be hard-to-reach
Average income per person per year £276
61.7% of population use a borehole for clean water
70.3% of population live on average of £1.46 per day
Lake Malawi covers around 25% of Malawi’s total area
What we do
Born from a passion to change lives, Medic Malawi has a strong history of impact-focused projects. Our legacy has been to support the Diocese of Lake Malawi through the work of St Andrew’s Hospital. This has seen an empty field transformed into a busy Hospital and provided healthcare services to thousands of people each year. Along with the hospital, our support for the neediest individuals has assisted many vulnerable children within the community. We have a burning desire to build on our achievements; expand our work; and see communities flourish across Malawi. The impact of our work has shown that the support we deliver transforms lives daily; however, the needs remain high.
The dedicated work carried out since 2001 in a single community has brought results.
This shows that in partnership with communities and strategic partners we can help support meaningful and sustainable change. Building on this success and following a period of strategic planning, we are excited to expand our work towards supporting more sustainable growth. This will positively impact healthcare, access to education and sustainable community development in communities right across Malawi.
Kingsley Lupandy - Country Co-ordinator
Tom Hunt - UK Director
Tom joined us as the UK Director in September of 2019 to drive forward the operations and awareness of Medic Malawi. Tom has been Chief Executive of a Malawi charity centred around education and owns a construction company based in the South West. Tom has a passion for seeing lives transformed in Malawi through healthcare, education and the relief of poverty.
Tel. 07990 678 676
Daniel Frye - Marketing & Fundraising Director
Dan Frye heads up the marketing function within the operations team. He spends the rest of his time as Chairman and CEO of Grow Publishing, Grow Marketing and owns various business within in the leisure and hospitality sector in South West England. Previously he was Head of Digital at Reach SW Plc, overseeing a multi-million-pound portfolio.
Peter Howell-Jones - Chair of Trustees
Andrew Mortimore - Trustee
Andrew is a Consultant in Public Health and a Visiting Fellow at the University of Southampton Academic Unit of Primary Care and Population Sciences, Faculty of Medicine.
He trained as a doctor in Cambridge and London. After various clinical training posts, he spent ten years in Africa, including six years working for the Government of Malawi as a District and then Regional Health Officer. He returned to the UK in 1992 to complete specialist training in public health in Southampton, having previously qualified as a GP.
Since stepping down as Director of Public Health in 2016, Andrew has been working on a non-communicable diseases programme in Ethiopia.
Carolyn Bruce - Trustee
Carolyn is a qualified accountant (FCCA) with more than 25 years finance experience and after working in commerce has spent the last 12 years at Chester Cathedral where she is currently Executive Director.
At Chester Cathedral she has responsibility for day to day operations of the Cathedral along with longer term strategic planning.
Sian Howell-Jones - Trustee
Nick McKinnel - Trustee
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