Malawi has some of the lowest access to healthcare in the world with only 2 physicians per 100,000 people. Over half of Malawians live more than 5kms away from a medical center and many can’t afford treatment. The country has 9th highest prevalence of HIV/AIDs in the world, which with malaria and other diseases, makes child and adult mortality rates among the highest in Africa; 1 in 6 children is an orphan. (WHO)

Medical Programme

The Love Support Unite ambulance provides free medical care to over 10,000 people a year in 10 rural areas. Working with the Ministry of Health to deliver malaria and HIV testing and treatment, vaccinations, antenatal care, under 5’s care, family planning, and sexual health. We offer dental outreach programs which have served over 1500 children in 1 week.

  • 31,465 patients helped including 10,649 malaria tests and life saving treatments