Friends of Sick Children in Malawi

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  • Ironman competition in Wales
  • Babies are no longer crammed 4 to a cot
  • Knitting tiny hats and clothes for premature babies
  • A new mother in the maternity unit
  • Wheelchairs get children to school
  • Kangaroo Mother Care & Neonatal Intensive Care Units
  • A corner chair

Friends of Sick Children in Malawi - News

Sept 2014

Please download our latest news direct from Malawi.

 

  • Meet meet new members of the team
  • Find out how experts are helping the government with humanitarian assistance during disasters
  • News on the expansion to the neonatal building
  • How donations are being spent on medical equipment
  • FOSC Nurses in the UK and in Malawi
  • Wheelchairs for children

May 2014

Refurbishment of our paediatric nursery ward is complete.

FOSC Charity This is our ward for babies under 6 months admitted with any one of a variety of serious illnesses e.g. pneumonia. This very busy ward was very cramped which resulted in high rates of cross infection. The refurbished ward is now bigger, brighter and airier! 

Dr Laura Newberry (who can just be seen in the background—right) is ‘queen’ of this area.

Read more: May 2014

Joe and Jo complete two big challenges for us

Everyone at Friends of Sick Children in Malawi, both in the UK and in Malawi are delighted to congratulate Josephine (Joe) Langton on her London Triathlon exploits and Jonathan (Jo) Cowie on cycling from London to Paris, and 
thank them 
both for  raising money for us through both challenges. Great stuff, ‘guys’!! Zikomo.

October 2013

Everyone at Friends of Sick Children in Malawi, both in the UK and in Malawi are delighted to congratulate Josephine (Joe) Langton on her London Triathlon exploits and Jonathan (Jo) Cowie on cycling from London to Paris, and 
thank them 
both for  raising money for us through both challenges. Great stuff, ‘guys’!! Zikomo.

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