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World Camp organizes health care professionals on medical mission trips to Malawi
to help address the drastic shortage of surgeons in the country. Further, health practitioners
lack the sort of professional development we take for granted our health care providers will receive.
In 2014, MediServ volunteers provided 60 surgeries and 120 emergency procedures.
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CAmp Hope Malawi

Camp Hope is a residential summer camp for HIV-positive youths in Malawi. Since 2010,
World Camp has been helping to provide psychosocial support to youth facing a serious illness
coupled with stigma and discrimination.During the summer of 2014 Camp Hope served
160 youths living positively with HIV!
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World Camp Clubs

World Camp Clubs are after-school clubs focused on empowering youths through community
activism. World Camp Clubs focus on health education and community improvement projects.
World Camp began forming WCCs at primary schools in the Malikha School Zone in 2012
and now has a club in all 11 primary schools in the Zone.
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Blog Updates

A Passion for World Camp

Posted by: World Camp

Wonder what it's like to be on-the-ground in Malawi seeing our life-changing programs in action? To get an in-the-field perspective, we chatted with our Country Manager, Solomon Chipingo-Phiri (Chipingo). He filled us in on his love for World Camp's work, what makes Malawi great and some of his passions.What inspired you to join the team at World Camp as Malawi Country Manager?I am inspired b... read more >>

Rethink HIV: World AIDS Day 2015

Posted by: World Camp

By World Camp Intern Rachael ThornWorld AIDS Day is held each year on December 1st to continue support for the fight against HIV and to commemorate those who have died because of an HIV or AIDS related illness. It began in 1988, making this the 27th year of this international health day. While there have been great strides in the past three decades in understanding HIV and developing treatmen... read more >>

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Health and eDucation

World Camp's work focuses on the intersection of health and education. Many initiatives address both areas or where the two overlap. Why? Our communities name health and education top among their concerns.