The Miracle for Africa Foundation aims to serve people in need in the continent of Africa. Our foundation focuses on the most neglected areas of these social services: healthcare, education and agriculture. We plan to expand the development from hospitals to education centers to benefit a greater part of the population.
The foundation first opened a medical center, Daeyang Luke Hospital, in the capital of Malawi, Lilongwe in March 2008. The hospital continues to build its reputation for excellent service and superior medical treatment throughout the nation. The hospital serves people who are suffering without means to receive proper medical care.
According to United Nations Development Program 2007/2008 data, Malawi has a low physician to population ratio, 1 per 50,000 people. Such state of the country leaves many lives vulnerable without proper medical care. hrough the establishment of a general hospital, the objectives of MHI focus on achieving the following:
Due to shortage of arable land, smallholder land is continuously cropped without proper replenishment. Such practice leads to soil mining and low productivity. The Foundation seeks to provide training in modern farming methods. Due to increasing shortage of a rable lands as the population grows, efficient cultivation and farming are
We believe that proper education would help Malawians to overcome the vicious cycle of poverty. Malawi embarked on a new educational policy to widen school admissions. School enrollment doubled from 1.9 million to 3.1 million; however, the policy left the countrys education system with a widely varying quality of education.