Orant's Mobile Outreach Clinic visits rural villages to treat patients who live with non-communicable diseases in Malawi.
Mobile Outreach Clinic
Orant Charities Africa has been conducting outreach clinics in Malawi since 2016. Our goal was to visit those who would otherwise have no chance of receiving medical attention because of the remoteness of their village. We realized the huge impact this had on those that we visited and decided that we needed to be doing more.
In 2019, we established a professional full-time outreach team that would conduct medical outreach clinics in the Dowa and Kasungu Districts of Malawi. Operating five days a week, the Mobile Outreach Clinic usually treats over 3000 patients a month. The outreach clinics are especially helpful at targeting children under 5 with malaria and those who are not fit enough to walk to the nearest medical center.
Orant hosts a number of on-site clinics at our health center in Kasese.
Kasese Health Center
The Kasese Health Center is our on-campus static clinic where we treat tens of thousands of patients annually.
Stories From The Field
Orant’s Mobile Outreach Clinic travels to rural villages in Malawi to deliver essential medical care. Our mobile team operates daily.
Scabies is one of the most common skin diseases in Malawi’s rural communities. Symptoms include intense itching and a skin rash.
Orant's Mobile Outreach Clinic travels to hard-to-reach rural areas in Malawi to deliver quality and accessible healthcare.
Chrissy Banda visited Orant's Mobile Outreach Clinic to get quality, affordable healthcare for her child in Malawi, Africa.
The Orant Charities Africa Mobile Outreach Clinic brings healthcare to hard-to-reach rural areas of Malawi, including Alick Zimba's village.
Orant’s Mobile Outreach Clinic arrived at a rural village in Malawi. There they found a patient with malaria who was too sick to stand.
Gabriel Kapanda, the country director of Orant, explains the impact of the arrival of COVID-19 in Central Malawi and how we plan to respond to it.