Medic Assist International

Bringing Health and Hope

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Pastor Leonard is back!

Leading a community-transforming church in Embo, KwaZulu Natal, Pastor Leonard Gcabashe is back in the UK in June.  Learn about the impact of their Caregiving health team; of the difference that the MAI funded Clinic

Turning bitterness into blessing

Alcohol-dependent, volatile and sometimes violent, 32-year-old Subhash was estranged from his wife and children, although they still shared a home.  The care team MAI supports in Maharashtra, India trained young people in his community to

‘The Caregivers comforted me’

Lilly and her four children have all had tuberculosis (TB). Her daughter died from it, and her son is currently being treated for it at the clinic MAI supports in Embo, South Africa.  ‘I lost a lot

‘Thank you a lot for changing me for better’

Tila only discovered that she had HIV when her baby died immediately after birth.  The virus had been transmitted by her husband. He died just five months later, leaving her grieving, destitute and facing discrimination

Our vision

Our vision is to ensure access to healthcare to people around the world who need it most, so transforming communities suffering oppression or discrimination

We work with local partners on their projects so they’re sustainable for years to come

These projects are based on Christian values: equality of all people, compassion for the weak and vulnerable and working with integrity and transparency

Our projects

Thanks to you, we’ve worked with partnership projects in Nigeria, Iraq, Pakistan, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Uganda and Lebanon

Right now, we’re working with partners in South Africa, South Sudan as well as India and Nepal

Our partners

Our partners share these values

We visit potential projects before committing to a partnership agreement, and make regular trips afterwards as well as bringing partners to the UK each year.

Partners demonstrate their trustworthiness with rigorous accounting and accurate reporting.

They commit to an income generation strategy