New Chief Medical Officer
Mua Mission Hospital is very happy with the arrival of dr. Wongani Kumwenda, the new Chief Medical Officer.
Another volunteering doctor!
General ward under construction
With funding of the Spanish organisation Manos Unidas the male and female wards are currently under renovation. By the end of March 2020 the patients will be able to enjoy a fully renovated building.
Volunteering doctor from UK
Airtel Money shop at the hospital
Donation Boels-Zanders Advocaten The Netherlands for Women’s Shelter
Hayat Barrahmun, a Dutch lawyer, visited Mua Mission Hospital in April 2019. She was impressed by the needs that came to her attention. Back home she started fund raising for extension of the Women’s Shelter. Her office donated a cheque on November 19th, 2019. Many thanks to all the people involved!
Dutch doctors for Mua Mission Hospital?
The Dutch non-profit organisation Tweega Medica has published a vacancy for a tropical doctor for Mua Mission Hospital. You can find more information here:
Manos Unidas funds renovation of general ward!
The Spanish organisation Manos Unidas has informed Mua Mission Hospital that they are going to fund the renovation of the general ward. The general ward is in great need of renovation, as you can see on the photographs below:
Formidable Joy donates borehole and electric water pump!
The formidable Cindee Rood from Hollywood, U.S.A., has funded a much needed borehole for Mua Mission Hospital, together with an electric water pump. Because of this gift the hospital will no longer experience water shortages. Going into the village to pump water in barrels during black outs will no longer be necessary.
Eki Fundacion assists Mua Mission Hospital with a solar electrical installation!
The EKI Foundation focuses its activity on the supply of autonomous electric energy sources (mainly solar photovoltaic) to educational, health, and social interest centers in developing countries. EKI was established in 2017 at the initiative of the shareholders of Solarpack, a pioneer in the development, construction and operation of photovoltaic solar projects. The EKI engineers have visited Mua Mission Hospital twice and are currently working on the electrical requirements for a solar system for the hospital. Because of frequent and long lasting power cuts, electricity is not guaranteed in Mua Mission Hospital. This can endanger the lives of patients. A solar power system will also cut costs, meaning more money can be spent on our core business: good health care.