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Improving healthcare in Malawi

A Church of Scotland medical mission partner in Africa tells Thomas Baldwin about the highs and lows of his work.

“WE really believe God’s called us to be there. It’s His work. We need to be faithful and try to bring the Gospel to bear, and show by example how things should be done.”

It’s that faith that sustains Church of Scotland world mission partners David and Rebecca Morton through the frustrations of working at Nkhoma Hospital in central Malawi, where they provide healthcare for a population of around 425,000 people.

The American couple with Scottish ancestry have been at Nkhoma since 2009, having previously run a small hospital in Uganda from 1985-1998.

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