“On behalf of the Gairloch Mlozi Partnership (Malawi) – thank you for taking this step. It brings the possibility of improved medical assistance to the children and families associated with our partner school in Mlozi closer. 500 Miles and Positive Steps are also now helping families in that community directly and I look forward to other initiatives that will assist them. The school is only around 25km from Nkhomo and yet is partially off their radar. Bringing that community to the awareness of the health professionals in Nkhomo is a very important step. The partnership clearly underlines the benefits of basic health provision to the development of education and positive future life outcomes for the children in the school” – Head Teacher.
St Nicolas Prep School Ghana
St. Nicholas School offers pre-school education to disadvantaged children living in the surrounding shanty town, who are taught English, reading, writing and other classroom skills. The children are provided with a school uniform, school books and writing material and are given breakfast and a healthy lunch. They also receive treatment for any medical needs. Families pay only a nominal registration fee and all other costs are borne by the school.
The school’s mission is to improve the lives of disadvantaged children. Swinfen Trust has set up a Telemedical link to help them achieve this.
Humla District Hospital
Humla is the largest and poorest district in Nepal. It is divided into 27 Village Development Committees (VDC’s). There is little electricity or road communication networks in most parts of this remote district. The capital of the Humla District, Simikot, is only accessible to other parts of Nepal through its airport’s small dirt runway where only light aircraft can land for a portion of the year when the weather allows.
A Swinfen Telemedical link has been put into place to help care for these poor poeple
Swinfen Telemedicine have set up a link for ON CALL AFRICA doctors working in the field to improve healthcare in rural Zambia. As they are working in very remote area the Swinfen App will hopefully prove to be most useful in helping thousands of people who would otherwise have little or NO access to essential healthcare services.