Hungarian doctors are undertaking a medical mission to Malawi to offer their services to those less fortunate.
The African Hungarian Union has sent out medical missionaries until November 12th, during which Hungarian neurologists will help locals with health problems.
According to Világszám, the primary goal of the mission is to provide medical and humanitarian aid to deprived villages, but the Union also intends to share knowledge and information about important medical issues and about the team from Hungary.
Reports state that 18 missions have been carried out since 2009, over 40 Hungarian medical experts have taken part, and almost 40,000 patients have been treated.
Sources reveal that the medical team take on their missions as volunteers and do not receive payment for their services.
The missionaries include: Dr Attila Bagó, neurosurgeon head physician; Dr József Árpád Kelemen, anesthetist, intensive therapy specialist; Dr Gábor Nagy, neurosurgeon specialist; Dr Dávid Nagy, neurosurgeon resident; Dr László Szegedi, neurosurgeon specialist candidate; Adrienn Kamarás, volunteer; Hubert Tamás Hlatky-Schlichter, volunteer.