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.
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!
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.
Cholera Concerns in the Wake of January's Floods
With the recent flooding and displacement of thousands in Malawi, many have feared outbreaks of disease such as cholera. Cholera is a highly contagious water-borne bacterial disease which manifests in the form of acute diarrhea, stomach pain, and occasional nausea/vomiting. Though treatable, cholera can become life-threatening in situations where infected persons do not have access to clean water ... read more >>
Camp Hope Cooks!
Camp Hope can change a child’s life. Camp Hope follow-up sessions can change a family. On February 21, 2015, World Camp hosted its first ever Malikha-focused follow-up session to Camp Hope. World Camp has put on Camp Hope for a number of years, but 2014 was the first time we were able to include youth living with HIV from our partner communities i... read more >>
Learn more about our World Camp Clubs
and Camp Hope.