Bainsford injury clinic helps kit out Malawi schoolchildren

A generous donation of football strips from a local injury treatment centre helped to bring smiles to the faces of deaf schoolchildren in Malawi.

By James Trimble
Monday, 10th May 2021, 4:03 pm

The sports equipment from AD Injury Clinic and Treatment Centre, in Carron Road, Bainsford, joined donations of sewing machines and first aid supplies to be shipped out to the Mountainview School for the Deaf, located in Blantyre, Malawi

The school, which does not receive any government support, relies on donations and on cash made from goods, created by the pupil, sold at local markets.

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The pupils of Malawi's Mountainview School for the Deaf show off the football strips they received from AD Injury Clinic in Bainsford

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