World Medical Fund for Children

World Medical Fund for Children

Charity information

World Medical Fund for Children

We provide medical care and public health education to children in the world's poorest nations.
Our Children's Mobile Clinic in Malawi treated just over 25,000 sick children in 2015.
Our Thandizo Centre cares for 171 children living with AIDS.

Founded 1997

  • Mission statement

    “To work with local communities throughout the world to create opportunities for the world’s most vulnerable children to live safe, healthy and happy lives.

    To develop cost-effective on the ground solutions delivered in a practical way, sensitive to local cultures and with minimal administrative costs.

    We believe that all children deserve a happy, safe and healthy childhood.

    To develop partnerships that advocate for sustainable healthcare systems for children and their families.

    To provide a holistic approach to the delivery of antiretroviral therapy to children living with AIDS.

    To support communities caring for orphans through the delivery of free medical care.

    To provide education on nutrition, hygiene, malaria and HIV/AIDS to the communities most at risk.

  • Aims

    World Medical Fund for Children aims to:

    • To demonstrate a model for the cost-effective, efficient delivery of primary health care in resource-poor environments that can be replicated wherever the same challenges exist.
    • To improve the quality of life for children in the world's poorest nations through the provision of free medical care and public health education.
    • To reduce the unacceptably high mortality and morbidity rates in the remote villages of Africa where children still die from diseases that can be easily treated if only they could access the medicines
  • Overview

    Established: August 1997

    Registered Charity Number: 1063756

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 150

    Phone number: 01553 617 166

    Address: ST Helen's, Low Road, Saddlebow, Norfolk PE34 3FN

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
  • The Children's Mobile Health Clinic; saving lives

    We take medical care to where it is most needed, to vulnerable children/orphans who live i... More
  • ARV treatment for Children living with HIV/AIDS

    In 2005 WMF launched a paediatric HIV/AIDS programme in the rural district of Nkhotakota. ... More