Good Morning Mr. Ox, Meet Mr. Wheelchair
with No Comments

Kasungu, Malawi … It is a strange scene that is repeated over and over all across this nation of 15,000,000 people. The sick, the injured, the suffering, and the dying have little in the way of transportation, or mobility, with … Read More

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Holding His Baby’s Hand
with No Comments

Eyes Only Slightly Open Mike Ferris, the Treasurer for the Malawi Project, continues his narrative concerning his first visit to a Malawi hospital. “I was moving from place to place in a hospital in the central region of Malawi. Each … Read More

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Ferris Makes First Hospital Visit
with No Comments

“Visiting Malawi for the first time I was unsure what to expect,” wrote Mike Ferris, Treasurer and Board Member for the Malawi Project. It was his first trip to Malawi. “Because of my hospital background I had some expectations of … Read More

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
They Want to Be Doctors
with No Comments

“Of all the things that happened on our most recent trip to Malawi there is one moment when three lives crossed paths that I won’t easily forget,” recalls Richard (Dick) Stephens of the Malawi Project. “It was the day two … Read More

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
In the Waiting Room
with No Comments

An Emergency in Africa It was 11:30 PM when the telephone rang, Suzi picked up the receiver and after a lengthy conversation hung up and explained the call. “It was a call from the Vice President of Malawi. She expressed … Read More

Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn