Tuition fees for all existing students at the College of Medicine are increasing between 600 - 700% this academic year. We need your help to raise an extra £10k over the next 2-3 months so that we can continue supporting our existing students. Read more...

You can sponsor a struggling student health worker in Malawi by making a monthly, quarterly or annual contribution towards their training. Read more...

The Serpentine Swim is a new 2-day open water swimming festival that will be staged in the heart of London over the 24-25th September. Medic to Medic have 6 places reserved for the 1 mile open water swim. Read more...

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During our September 2015 monitoring visit, the team were interviewed by the Malawi Times, a national newspaper in Malawi. Read more...

Whilst the junior doctor contract is making headlines in the UK, the doctors in Malawi have also been considering a nationwide strike after the government has delayed the employment of 52 graduates from the College of Medicine for their internships.​ Read more...

We’re pleased to welcome 18 new students to the Medic to Medic community this year. Read more...

Since 2007 we have helped over 35 students graduate, but where are they now? Read more...


Featured Student

She had multiple breaks in her education because her family could not afford to pay her secondary school fees.  She worked as a housemaid to earn money.  In order to register at the College of Medicine she skipped meals to save money.  But, despite all her efforts she was told that would need to drop out of university and re-register the following year as she had not secured enough funds. This was where we met Elizabeth and selected her as a Medic to Medic student.  Now she doesn't need to worry about her tuition fees, she doesn't have to skip meals and she can concentrate fully on her studies so that she can reach her FULL potential and graduate as a doctor to help the people of Malawi.