US$575.00raised of $100,000.00 goal goal
No more donations are being accepted at this time. Please contact the campaign owner if you would like to discuss further funding opportunities
There is a huge increase in Covid-19 fatalities in Malawi and the President has urged citizens to help in the fight against the pandemic, especially through resource mobilization and awareness creation. Many of those dying from the disease are succumbing due to absence of oxygen or oxygen delivery facilities.
This campaign seeks to complement government and other stakeholder efforts to mobilize resources so that oxygen and other equipment/supplies necessary in the fight are available in hospitals of Malawi.
- greenwell Matchaya
- Campaign Owner
winding upUpdate posted by greenwell Matchaya at 03:38 pm
It is with pleasure that we now announce the end of this phase of our campaign to mobilize support towards the fight against Covid-19 in Malawi. Thus far we have been able to provide oxygen and personal protective equipment to Hospitals of Queen Elizabeth in Blantyre, Kamuzu Central Hospital in. . . . .
First supplies of Oxygen delivered to Malawi's Queen Elizabeth and Kamuzu Central Hospitals in Lilongwe!!Update posted by greenwell Matchaya at 08:54 pm
Dear our donors It is with great pleasure that we inform you that owing to your support, we have today been able to deliver the first set of Oxygen (5 oxygen cylinders) to Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe- Malawi through the Covid-19 treatment centre situation at the Bingu National Stadium.. . . . .
Vote of thanks!Update posted by greenwell Matchaya at 08:25 am
We appreciate the donations of the 6 people some anonymous and some who have made themselves known on this platform. We are very thankful to your contribution! With those new donations, we now are $200 dollars away from making our purchases of oxygen cylinders and PPEs. We will revert with
Update on progressUpdate posted by greenwell Matchaya at 03:07 pm
Dear prospective contributors. The Covid-19 satiation in Malawi continue to escalate, with many dying everyday while supplies in hospitals and public places are in acute shortage.We continue to work to contribute to the solution and so, note that our campaign has now taken off, and many are viewing this page. . . . .