My concern is the unfairness in health that different people experience. I see GHC as a learning and strengthening institution where I can advocate for the public in ways that bring positive results to the health sector while I also learn from my fellows’ contributions.
Wezi Thindwa is from Rumphi, Malawi. She received her diploma in nursing and midwifery at Ekwendeni College of Nursing and received her Bachelor of Science in public health at the University of Livingstonia. She has worked with Mota-Engil’s clinic as an occupational nurse, Population Services International (PSI) Malawi in voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) clinics and Ministry of Health as an intensive care unit nurse. She joined Public Health Society, a social and activist group which focuses on the welfare of students and develops programs in disease prevention in the community. During her off days, Wezi volunteers at Rainbow Clinic and Mzuzu Central helping HIV/AIDS clients receiving antiretroviral therapy.