Electronic studies brought a lot of challenges to some of us as accessing handouts and other information from the internet was not easy due to malfunction gadgets and high prices of internet bundles since the college was giving only 100mbs/day. And in my area you can only access fast internet midnight but sometimes you have… Continue reading Online Learning: Challenges Faced Through the Pandemic in Malawi
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As Malawi wrestles with the second wave of Covid 19, likely largely due to the new South African variant, the impact on the country’s few healthcare workers is particularly acute. Access to vaccines is needed now, but is realistically a long way off. The South African variant is likely to be 50 percent more transmissible… Continue reading Covid-19 Update: A View From Malawi
This #GivingTuesday, donate to this ONE WEEK campaign and your contribution will be doubled—yes, DOUBLED! The Big Give Christmas Campaign is finally here. It is the UK’s biggest online match funding campaign where from 1 to 8 of December 2020, donations to Medic to Medic are matched using funds pledged over the summer by supporters… Continue reading IT’S FINALLY HERE: The Big Give. Empower Health Students to Reach Their Full Potential Now
Medic to Medic is so proud of our trustees, who do an excellent job managing all of the charity’s activities with skill and care. In honour of Trustee Week, for this week’s blog we will introduce you to M2M trustees Cathy, Richard and Nick. They have much insight to offer into the trustee role, what… Continue reading Trustees: Thank You to the Ones Working Behind the Scenes
Earlier this year we received a £3000 grant from the Souter Charitable Trust to supply 10 laptops to our student community in Malawi. In September, we purchased these new laptops in Blantyre, which have now been distributed to our existing student community at the College of Medicine. Laptops are an overlooked but remarkably crucial study… Continue reading An Overlooked but Remarkably Crucial Study Tool: The Humble Laptop