2018 Trips

by Lori

We are still accepting applications for 2018 missions, the dates, locations and fundraising amounts needed are: April 11 – 23 to Malawi  $3,400 June 20 – July 2 to Malawi  $3,900 September 19 – October 1 to Zambia  $3,900 If you are interested, please apply here.  

2016 – A Success!

by Lori

  The 2016 mission trips were so successful and we are hoping 2017 will be better than ever!  We have already begun accepting applications and still have openings for our April trip to Zambia.  A small group has been selected to travel to Zimbabwe for the first time and we pray that we will be able […]

I Refuse!

by theresap

With a successful 2013 NFA mission season behind us, we begin preparations for 2014. The first task is to review applications that have come in over the past year. It is always interesting to read the answer to the question, “What prompted you to apply for an NFA mission and what are you hoping to […]

Our Mission

by admin

Learn more about our mission at nursesforafrica.net    

“I have always wanted to…”

by theresap

A phrase we so often read on applications       submitted to Nurses for Africa is:  “I have always wanted to go on a mission to Africa” or ” I have wanted to do something like this forever”. Remarkably, we hear that same statement from 22 year olds all the way up to 62 year olds.  There […]

Malenga – Kid’s Day and Care Worker Appreciation

by gailk

One of the nurses’ and kids’ favorite part of the week is Kid’s Day.  There is an Aqua Park right outside of Kitwe that has large open areas of grass, three pools and a pavilion.  It is strange to find this lovely area with pools less than ten minutes away from Malenga.  The kids are […]

Malenga – Teaching

by gailk

Nurses for Africa partnered with Days for Girls this year. Days for Girls provides reusable menstrual kits.  Each kit contains several washable panti-liners, a pair of underpants, a liner to hold  the pads, a bar of soap, a washcloth and several zip-loc bags.  These items are places in colorful drawstring bags.  The teams had also […]

More Malenga

by gailk

We held three clinics in Malenga this year. Last year we had two days of clinic and had to turn some of the villagers away.  We wanted to see as many people as we could so we increased the clinic days to three.  The preparation for clinic began several days before the actual clinic.  In […]


by gailk

Malenga is one of the communities that Nurses for Africa visits.  It is the only urban area that is served by the nurses. I have been the team leader to Malenga for the past two years and would like to tell a little about it.  Malenga is along the highway to Kitwe – about 25 […]

2012: Missions Accomplished!

by theresap

How do you measure the “success” of a medical mission? Success is not measured by the number of medical assessments completed or the number of miles walked on home visits.  It cannot be measured by how many children attended kid’s day activities or how many suitcases of supplies and donations were distributed.  It is not […]