Medic to Medic supports trainee health workers in developing countries. We provide support to cover tuition fees, allowances and study equipment, ensuring each individual has everything they need to successfully qualify to serve the impoverished health services in their country.
It ran from 12:00 PM, 1 December 2020 to 12:00 PM, 8 December 2020
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1149904)
I would like to thank you people of Medic to Medic for the support. You are really helping me to achieve my dreams. I greatly appreciate because it would have been very hard for me to support myself here at school considering the family I come from, we find it hard to earn a living.
I appreciate Medic to Medic for being on my side at my moments of my greatest need, your support has contributed to the smooth running of my academic and social life at university. I take this opportunity also to thank my sponsors, they are part of my greatest story to be told.
I especially thank Medic to Medic for what you are to me. I can dream in colours because you have been and are there for me. I am really grateful.
Medic to Medic helps address the critical shortage of health workers in developing countries. Students from poor backgrounds struggle with the costs of university and are often forced to spend spare time trying to find funding rather than focusing on their studies. Students from these backgrounds are more likely to drop out of their training due to poverty yet they are also more likely to stay and work in their home countries once qualified.
Medic to Medic supports students at risk of dropping out of their training by guaranteeing payment of tuition fees until graduation, providing twice yearly allowances, medical equipment, books and a laptop so they have everything they need to reach their full potential and successfully qualify as a health worker. The alumni provide mentorship support to students ensuring scholarships are holistic. Since 2007 we have helped over 130 health workers qualify.
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