Summary of work

The 2014 shipment left Glasgow on 3rd June and arrived the third week in September.

Team members this year were Lord Provost Sadie Docherty, Professor Brian Kelly, Gillian Walsh, International Officer of Glasgow City Council and Sammy Birnie, Mark Murphy, Robert McPhee, Ian Black (all of ACCESS), Maria Quintas Zon (of Development and Regeneration Services) and James Crawshaw (of Land and Environmental Services).

A list of items sent in the 2014 shipment can be found below.

pdf icon Packing List 35 (2014) [78kb]

In addition to this list,
2 refuse collection vehicles were shipped to Lilongwe in June, 2014, as part of the ongoing waste management project.
And an opticians kit was sent to the refurbished Public Health Clinic in Lilongwe.
QA also kindly provided IT-based training materials.

pdf icon 2014 - Malawi final report [3Mb]

Organisations supported in 2014


Lilongwe City Council

Dzaleka Refugee Camp

Natural Conservation Humanitarian Aid Support Organisation

Lilongwe Schools

College of Health Sciences

Kamuzu Central Hospital

Refurbished Clinic (LCC)

500 Miles Prosthetics Centre

Interdenominational Pastoral Care Centre (IPCC)

Children of the Blessings

Landirani Trust

Development of People with Disabilities (DIPD)

Hope for Disabled Children Youth Organisation (HODIC)

Community Wide HIV/AIDS Capacity Building Project

Youth and Adult Education on HIV/AIDS Training Centre

Chadza Community Day Secondary School

Kafulu Young Women's Project

Daeyang Luke Mission Hospital

Poor Clare monastery

Wenela Training Centre


Beit Cure Hospital

Open Arms Care Home

Stella Maris School

UNICEF - Bangwe

UNICEF - Thyolo


Dedza City Council / Library

Dedza Prison Offices

Dedza Police

Dedza schools

Dedza Agricultural Office

NAPHAM Office (National Association for people living with HIV/AIDS in Malawi)

Molima Orphanage

Other Areas

Karonga Hospital

Kasungu District Council

Mzuzu Central Hospital


Below is a selection of replies we have received from organisations that we have assisted in Malawi.