As you can see, my education hasn’t been straight forward. It is one step at a time until I reach my goal and no doubt, I will reach it. When I look back where I have come from, the struggles encountered in my education strides, I don’t doubt that God is with me and that… Continue reading Fighting Lifestyle Diseases: Meet Medic to Medic Student Winter Sozinyo
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Medic to Medic supports students in Malawi, Uganda, and Zambia. This week we want to shine a spotlight on Malawi to show a glimpse into what its like navigating healthcare and studying medicine there. Malawi Malawi is a very poor country and its economy relies on foreign aid and agriculture, particularly tobacco. Most of the… Continue reading Malawi Spotlight: the Warm Heart of Africa
Sophlet Blackson is one of our female nursing students. Like many of our students, school closures due to Covid 19 was disruptive and frightening. She spent time at home with her parents helping to harvest farm crops. She writes: I hope you are all fine there. Here we are all fine too. God is still… Continue reading Disruption and Disappointment During Covid 19: Nursing Student Sophlet’s Story
This pandemic has truly highlighted that in this globalized world, what happens on the other side of this physical planet can affect people around the globe. We are living in an age of global communities and vast connectedness. Involvement and engagement with those both physically near to us and around the world has never been… Continue reading Engagement and Connectedness in this Covid Era
Medic to Medic students have been busy over the weekend- Gift and Moses cycled 26.5 and 85 km respectively in a cycling challenge to raise support for Medic to Medic. They participated in the Prudential Ride London, a cycling event organised this year so that participants could join in from any country in the world.… Continue reading Cycling for the Cause