Malawi Children's Village is a village-based orphan and other vulnerable children support program in Mangochi, Malawi. It now supports over 2,000 HIV/AIDS orphans living with members of their extended family in 37 villages. MCV supports children from birth to eighteen years providing shelter, food, safety, health care and education until they can live independent healthy lives.
Nkhoma Synod Health Department will provide quality healthcare and training at all levels to the needy, irrespective of sex, race, religion, physical ability or state of development, in a respectful and protective manner; cooperating with all stakeholders using trustworthy, committed, professional and well motivated staff working in unison towards the attainment of the highest possible level of health by all peoples, motivated by the healing ministry of Jesus Christ.
Nkhoma CCAP (Church of Central Africa Presbyterian) Synod Health Department covers the central area of Malawi and comprises Nkhoma Hospital, 10 Health centres scattered throughout Malawi Central Region, the Nkhoma College of Nursing (training 100 nurses yearly), and several other health structures currently under development.
On average, every month the 10 health centres see 4900 children under-5 years old, 435 out-patients, 980 mothers in antenatal care and perform an average of 20 deliveries at each health centre. These centres greatly increase access to health care, vital in a country where public and private transport is extremely limited.