"... in a recent evaluation of 20 clinics in Malawi, half of them did not even have what we would consider basic equipment, such as  functioning blood pressure cuffs or otoscopes for examining ears. In others, drugs were expired or so  improperly stored that they were rendered useless."



THE LIFESAVERS CLINIC NETWork

In every African country there are local church-owned primary care clinics in rural communities, with nurses or medical assistants providing 75%-80% of the care. Unfortunately, the vast majorities of these clinics are inadequately equipped and staff are ill-trained. 


The LifeSavers Clinic Network provides medical, administrative, and spiritual training for each primary clinic.  We partner to help clinics to develop standardized medical treatment  based on international best practices for maternal, neonatal/child health, HIV/AIDS, malaria, reproductive health, and more.

HOW YOU CAN SAVE A LIFE TODAY

There are a total of 170 church-owned community clinics in Malawi, and we have started Phase One with 12 of them.  We need people like you who understand what equipping these clinics with the right resources could do for the entire community in need  Would you prayerfully consider what your role could mean to mothers and children in Malawi?