Overview of health
challenges

According to a recent report by USAID, Malawi is a high-burden malaria country with an incidence rate of 332 cases annually per every 1,000 people. There is also a heavy burden of disease evidenced by high levels of child and adulthood mortality rates and high prevalence of diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, HIV/AIDS and other tropical diseases.

The Ministry of Health, WHO and the CDC are actively working in Malawi to address these issues, the objectives of which Rotary Family Health Days supports, as the needs continue to grow.

RFHD sites

History

Rotary Family Health Days will be taking place for the first time ever in Malawi in 2022. With a new partnership opportunity with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, a plan is underway to launch the health days in early 2023.

RFHD sites

Rotary Family
Health Days Sites

Rotary Family Health Days sites are hosted by Rotary clubs in communities across the country. The sites are chosen in consultation with locally-based officials from the Departments of Health, community-based project partners and Rotary club members. 

The site selection of Health Days in Malawi will be updated here soon.

 

 

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Impact

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