Introducing Mulanje Mission Hospital

Mulanje Mission Hospital works together with a local government hospital to serve a population of 550,000 people in the Mulanje district of south east Malawi.

Mulanje Mission was established towards the end of the 19th century, the initial health facility on the present site operated as a maternity clinic. Nowadays the 220-bedded hospital provides a full range of medical, surgical and Paediatric services. Together with the adjacent College of Nursing, MMH has become well known for its high standards of care, under the governance of Blantyre Synod of the Central Church of Africa Presbyterian (CCAP).

Follow this link to the Mulanje Mission Hospital’s own website..

Friends of Mulanje Mission Hospital

Our commitment includes providing a monthly donation of € 1,000 to MMH. This money is used for medical supplies and urgent materials that are not funded by the government. To find out how to become a Friend of Mulanje Mission Hospital, please contact Ingrid Sorensen +31 207701341, evenings or email:

Online donations can be made to the English Reformed Church bank account on IBAN NL44 ABNA 0547623550. Kindly indicate your donation with “Mulanje Mission Hospital”.

ERC-MMH Christmas Appeal

This year has been a very strange one for us all and unfortunately, we had to cancel the annual MMH Benefit Concert that was to take place in March 2020. Nevertheless, Phase one work goes on at the hospital and renovation of the Children’s Ward walkways has begun. The work will improve hygiene, ensure proper separation of patients, preventing increasingly lethal multi-drug resistant and other infections.  

Improving Intensive Care for Children at Mulanje Mission Hospital

In the second phase the Intensive Care Unit will be redesigned to utilize space more effectively. With between 2,500 and 3,000 deliveries per year, it is essential that the hospital is well equipped to save the lives of vulnerable young children. For the older children, the intensive care unit will be important in the treatment of conditions such as severe malaria, respiratory infections, and accidents. Introducing solar power and improving the resuscitation area will ensure that oxygen can be provided to all children who need it. To carry out these plans the hospital must raise around €18,000. The staff plan to host a sponsored golf tournament in Mulanje to raise money and we expect that Wilde Ganzen will provide sponsorship for the project.

Christmas Eve Online Concert in Aid of the 2020 Project

On Christmas Eve the ERC will hold an online carols by candlelight service led by the choir. You are encouraged to join in the singing at home. The offering will be dedicated to: Improving Intensive Care for Children at Mulanje Mission Hospital. This is your opportunity to give the hospital a Christmas present by making a donation.

English Reformed Church | NL44 ABNA 0547623550 | BIC/SWIFT Code ABNANL2A

Kindly mark your payment “MMH 2020” | ANBI: RSIN 003103110

No matter how large or small, your gift is very much appreciated, and it will have a very positive impact on the lives of the children and their parents in Mulanje.

‘Ruben’s Long Day’: a  children’s Christmas story in Aid of the 2020 Project

Ruben’s Long Day by Lance Stone, has been published! A shepherd who gets lost…An angel who can’t sing…A wise man who is not very wise…Join them in the stable for a very special birth.

Price: €8.99 / £7.99 + postage (paperback) E-book: €4.99 / £3.99

All book sales will go towards the 2020/2021 Children’s ward project.

Order your copy from:

Rev. Dr Lance Stone – Minister of The English Reformed Church, Amsterdam

Bram Sizoo – Liaison: The English Reformed Church and Mulanje Mission Hospital

Arie Glas – Medical Director at Mulanje Mission Hospital

For more information:

or send an email to: if you have any questions

Fundraising and Sponsorship

To carry out these plans the hospital must raise around €18,000. The hospital staff plan to host a sponsored golf tournament in Mulanje to raise money. The English Reformed Church has also pledged to contribute towards the project in several ways, and we hope that Wilde Ganzen will also take part. Over the last years, with support from the English Reformed Church and Wilde Ganzen, various service improvements and additions to the hospital have been made. These included the upgrading of the laboratory, antenatal ward, installation of a digital X-ray machine and the implementation of High Dependency care in a specialized unit.

Previous MMH Projects

2008-2009: Mother & Child Health Clinic

2009-2010: Labour Ward

2010-2011: Men’s Ward

2011-2012: Solar Project – Renewable Energy

2012-2013: Operating theatre

2013-2014: Water supply and sanitation

2015-2016: Antenatal ward

2016-2017: High Dependency Unit for surgical and other critically sick patients

2018-2019: Digital X-ray machine

2020-2021: Renovation of the Children’s Ward

Current MMH Project

2021-2022: Improving Intensive Care for Children

Donations should be made to:

English Reformed Church

NL44 ABNA 0547623550


Kindly mark your payment “MMH 2020”.

ANBI: RSIN 003103110