A holistic approach to healthcare
In rural Malawi, brothers Manuel and Yamakani’s type 1 diabetes diagnoses hit their single-parent family hard. By keeping food on the table and enabling the boys to access treatment at their local clinic, a set of tailored programmes ensures they get support for both their health and home.
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