Lack of food is one of the factors that affects maternal health in rural Malawi. Read our latest blog to learn more about how our healthcare program is tackling this challenge and encouraging women to come to the hospital on time.
Orant Charities Gift Registry
Orant Charities accepts Amazon donations via our wish list. If you’d like to shop for Orant Charities, simply visit our gift registry, add items to your cart, and select the preloaded “Orant Charities Gift Registry” address. Our US team will deliver all gifts to our Malawi team.
If you are interested in hosting a donation drive in your community, please send us an email at [email protected].
Though these gifts may seem small, the difference they make is insurmountable.
Help us prevent wasting any donated items.
Please note that Orant Charities cannot accept gifts that are not on this registry. Even if an item might appear similar, there are most likely small differences that can cause confusion for our medical staff and therefore will not be accepted.
If one of the items is no longer offered, please let us know and we will update the list.
Stories From The Field
We believe that everyone deserves access to quality healthcare, and we know that making timely and professional decisions can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. Read on to hear the story of Samuel, a boy afflicted by severe malaria.
Orant’s Kasese Health Center serves thousands of people each year. Many women prefer to come to our Maternity Ward to deliver their new babies. Read on to learn about Mwayiwawo’s experience in the Kasese Health Center.
Our Water and Sanitation program continues to make a significant difference in the lives of students in rural Malawi. Read our latest blog to learn about how we support hygiene initiatives in primary schools in Dowa, Malawi.
It is always heartbreaking whenever a mother sees her child sick. For Consolatta Kazinga, the situation was worse as she watched her two children on hospital beds, suffering from sickle cell anemia and waiting to receive blood.
This week, we had an interview with Linda Phiri, our program manager for the Maternal, Neonatal, Child and Adolescent Health Services.
Orant's Mobile Outreach Clinic diagnosed Tadala with severe malnutrition. Malnutrition in Malawi is at its worst January to March.
Yona Maloto has been a Water Field Assistant for Orant's Water & Sanitation Program since 2020. We interviewed him to learn more about his work.
Clean water is a gendered issue in Malawi. Women and girls bear the brunt of the water burden. Malita Chimbalame tells her story.
Orant's Healthcare Program does more than treat illness. We treat the whole person. Read Angella Samson's journey with hydrocephalus condition.