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Exciting announcement - Match funding from UK Government

EMMS International are launching the Every Life Matters appeal with match funding from the UK government. No life should be wasted in hunger and pain.

Palliative care and universal health coverage - a vital and affordable dream

Dr Daniel Munday writes from Nepal on how the dream of health coverage and palliative care for all could become a reality.

Autumn Ceilidh at Haddo House

Autumn Ceilidh at Haddo House raises £11,000 for vital work in Malawi.

Shortlisted for Scotland Malawi Partnership Member Award

We're delighted to have been shortlisted for a Member Award from the Scotland Malawi Partnership for the second year running.

5 Ferry Challenge complete!

25 supporters set sail on the 5 Ferry Challenge to raise vital funds for our Malawi lakeside project, delivering lifesaving healthcare to those living in isolated communities.

Reflections on Malawi

On her return from Malawi, Rosemary reflects on the visit and how it has changed my understanding about the role of the church with our global neighbours and the benefit of partnerships.

The arrival at Ekwendeni

Congratulations! The bike riders have made it to Ekwendeni!

Pedal&Pray: Meeting the Mother Buddies

Rosemary tells us about visiting Ekwendeni College and meeting two Mother Buddies at the end of the cycling. 'I found the whole visit to the Mission inspiring, witnessing the hard work and commitment of the leaders and staff, underpinned by their strong faith and belief.'

Pedal&Pray Days 2 & 3: the journey continues

Rosemary updates us on days 2 and 3 of the cycle 'After being welcomed at the health centre, a nurse told us about the work of the clinic before guiding us round. The daily health challenges faced by this small nurse led clinic are unimaginable to us at in the West. There is no direct access to water, and all water has to be fetched and carried some distance.'