Med Access India In Malawi
Med Access India is a professional organization created with the vision of facilitating world-class, affordable healthcare and ensuring a caring, comfortable and carefree medical journey to India. It is planning to review its strategy and venture into relief, humanitarian and developmental activities in for the benefit of the people of Malawi.
Incorporated under Companies Act, 1956 on February 2, 2006 Med Access is a pioneer in the field of medical tourism in India and has developed innovative and patient-centric approaches to offer integrated treatment management solutions to patients. We ensure that each patient receives world-class, affordable, personalized treatment leading to effective treatment with high probability of positive outcome. This has benefited thousands of patients from all over the world.
In Malawi, Med Access India is working with three professional personnel.
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Blessings Mlowoka is working in Karonga DISCOVER project (Self Help Africa -SHA/ Foundation For Community Support Services-FOCUS) as Project Officer responsible for crops and disaster risk reduction (DRR). He has also worked with the Department of Disaster Management Affairs (DoDMA) as an intern. In addition to that Blessings also worked with Disaster Preparedness European Commission Humanitarian Office (DIPECHO III) project under COOPERAZIONE INTERNAZIONALE (COOPI) in Lilongwe as Disaster Risk Reduction Resource Centre Coordinator (Consortium with Goal Malawi, COOPI, EAM and Christian Aid). He was also part of the development of the DISCOVER Project while with COOPI. GOAL Malawi was another reputable International organisation Blessings worked with. Here, he was the Livelihood Programme Officer before rising to coordinating all DRR activities within DISCOVER Project in Nsanje. Blessings was among the students doing research on disaster (Cholera, floods and drought) mitigation strategies.
Blessings are a Life member of Malawi Red Cross society and once served as an Information Officer under Mzuzu Red Cross Division.
Furthermore, Blessings has been the President of University of Livingstonia Rotaract Club and soon will graduate to be a Rotarian.
Currently working in DISCOVER project in Karonga as Disaster Risk Reduction and Crops Projects Officer and pursuing post graduate in Disaster Risk Management. He also received a noble prize with Suemier College of Project management after conducting a good research on Disasters and Children in lower shire districts. Mr. Mlowoka has also been closely working with Dr. Faides Mwale, lecture of Polytechnic on Flood Risk Management in the districts of Chikwawa and Nsanje.
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John Shuga Vakhaliwe is a Medical Technician in the Ministry of Health Malawi-Salima and in charge of Maganga Health centre.
At college he did Medicine, Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology & partial Surgery. His duties are as follows: ordering of drugs and other utilities for the Health centre, diagnose and prescribe cases, refer complicated cases to large hospitals, run health centres ward rounds, conduct deliveries.
The following are on job trainings done:Art training, provider initiated testing and conselling, Emergency Triage Assessment and Treatment, Community Management of Acute Malnutrition,Martenal and Neonatal Health,Post Abortal Care,Intergrated Management of childhood Illness, Management of Adolescent Depression and Family planning.
Communication and Media Coodinator
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Charles Mkula is a reknown media practitioner who has been operating in Malawi for a long time. Mr. Has won several awards in his field. He is also the Project Coordinator of Hyphen Media Institute head quartered in Lilongwe. Hyphen Media Institute commits itself to the transformation agenda of the Malawian situation and will contribute toward this at every opportunity as such it longs to see a Malawian society where communities are empowered to address their own development needs through active participation and access to information that will enable them make informed choices and opinions in their day to day lives.