Parts of Sunsari Distirct have been flooded. Although not as bad as in Bangladesh, these floods will have health consequences as MAI hopes to begin its Partnership Project with United Mission to Nepal. Already, our
Caroline writes: This man is a 41 year old male patient that the caregiving team currently supports. He shared some of his story with us and he has a very positive outlook on life that
The Lebanon project is into its second year. MAI is funding two thirds of this pilot project conducted by SKILD (BMS is supporting the other third). The latest report from SKILD is encouraging in several
We are very excited! As the latest image shows, the walls of the TB Clinic extension are up and the roof is on! Thanks to good weather, things have progressed well and are on track
In the coming months, MAI will sign two new Partnership Agreements with India and Nepal. This will extend our geographic spread, returning to Asia, and build our portfolio as other projects come to a close.
The Primary Health Care Centre that MAI funded in Romogi, South Sudan had to close its doors when inter-tribal conflict broke out in Kajo Keji County and most people fled to refugee camps in Uganda.