Health Workers For All Ltd

Registered Charity Number: 1149904
Harrow, Middlesex

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    Our graduate doctor, Godwin Ulaya, District Medical Officer at Mwanza District Hospital

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    One of our first medical graduates, Charles Mtibo, in the under-5 ward in Machinga District Hospital



Established in 2012 Health Workers for All was first set up in 2007 under the programme name Medic to Medic as an innovative scheme to support trainee health workers in low-income countries.  Many countries suffer from a chronic shortage of health works to provide health services to their population, particularly in rural areas. Health Workers for All focus on supporting those who are most likely to drop out from their training for financial or pastoral reasons, such as students from rural areas, students with non-professional parents and students with little family support such as orphans.

For the past five years, Medic to Medic has operated as an independent programme within an umbrella charity (The International Medical Education Trust 2000 – IMET2000). By 2012, we had expanded enough to become an independent organisation: Health Workers For All in which we run our current programmes: Medic to Medic (supporting medical students), REACH (physiotherapy students) and New Solutions (pharmacy students).


We aim to support trainee health workers throughout their education who are in financial need but have academic potential.

What we do

Our programs link students to donors, in this way we function along the lines of ‘sponsor a child’ schemes run by well-known charities. Although we link individual students, we pool our donations so that even if a donor withdraws, no student is disadvantaged.

Our students send their linked sponsor regular updates on their progress. This can be developed into a correspondence if the donor wishes. We hope this will not only provide mentoring advice  for medical students, but will also raise awareness of the conditions facing medical colleagues worldwide.

Contact Us

Health Workers For All Ltd NPIMR (TT Block)
C/o Northwick Park Hospital
Watford Road


Phone: 020 8869 3603

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Health Workers For All Ltd News

Meet Thomas Mafunga, One Of Our Typical Students Now In His Second Year Of Physiotherapy

Date posted: 24 Mar 2014

Thomas Mafunga - I am lucky because I am doing the course which is my first choice and it is PHYSIOTHERAPY. This course deals with treatment without drugs. It is a new course which has just been introduced in 2010 and our class is the second one since the introduction of the course. It involves interventions such as giving advice on limb movements to make sure muscles are working and growing properly which is so important in recovery after medical or surgical treatment.… Read More»

Give One Campaign at UCL

Date posted: 31 Jan 2014

Give One was an idea that we had 3 years ago when we were just thinking about starting Medic to Medic UCL, and this year we finally found the right time to make it happen. It’s a very simple idea, which really helped us communicate it to people. We just wanted to try, in a two week period, to get £1 from every student at UCL. It seemed like a perfectly reasonable suggestion when we started, although the job seemed to get bigger and bigger the closer we got to October!… Read More»

An Interview with Yona Walesi, National Swimming Coach for the Malawi London Olympic Team

Date posted: 29 Jan 2014

We interviewed Yona Walesi, National Swimming Coach for the Malawi London Olympic Team, on the week marking World Physiotherapy Day. This was Yona’s second time representing Malawian athletes at the Olympics, and he talked to us about training the athletes, his time in the UK and his thoughts on physiotherapy. … Read More»

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Financial Information from CharityFinancials

June 2020 June 2019
Total Income £83,665 £62,252
Total Expenditure £90,876 £58,366

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