Marion Medical Mission has Four Well Programs: two in Malawi, one in Zambia, and one in Tanzania. These programs are in partnership with the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) in Malawi and Zambia, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzania (ELCT).

The Northern Region of Malawi is the location of the MMM African headquarters (in Mzuzu). Our partnership with the CCAP began at Embangweni hospital, in the Synod of Livingstonia.

First Wells Installed: 1990

Staff: One coordinator, Seven field officers, One sustainability officer

Districts: Karonga, Chitipa, Mzimba, Dwangwa, Nkhamenya, Embangweni, Mzuzu

Nkhoma Synod covers the Central Region of Malawi. Our work is focused on the northern half of this region to the capital city of Lilongwe in the south.

First Wells Installed: 2002

Staff: One coordinator, Four field officers

Districts: Mchinji, Kasungu, Dowa, Ntchisi, Lilongwe

We started a program in Tanzania by crossing over the Malawian border, so the majority of our work there is located in the Southern part of the country. This work is done in partnership with the Konde Diocese of the ELCT.

First Wells Installed: 2002

Staff: One coordinator, Five field officers

Districts: Mbeya, Mbozi, Mufindi, Njombe

The Zambian Program, in partnership with the CCAP Synod of Zambia, is located in the large, remote Eastern Province of the country.

First Wells Installed: 2003

Staff: One coordinator, Four field officers

Districts: Chipata, Myombe, Lundazi, Lumezi