A little goes a long way.

Help save thousands of lives in Muchila and help curtail the spread of HIV/AIDS and other devastating diseases.


The Muchila Access Project (MAP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation aimed at providing access to maternal and dental health, nutrition, education, and microeconomic services to families living in Muchila, a rural and geographically isolated settlement in Southern Africa. Funds raised will be used to support the joint priorities of the village leadership and community.

The Current Initiative

URGENT NEEDS: Health Center Facilities for Maternal, Child, and Oral Health

Phase 1: Construction of physical building - COMPLETE

Phase 2: Installation of running water with solar power and plumbing - ALMOST COMPLETE - THANKS TO YOU AND RECENT FUNDRAISING!!!


Phase 3: Procurement and installation of equipment and supplies, staff training and community outreach activities - FUNDING NEEDED

Initiative Updates

October 2021 Update

Phase 1 is complete


Throughout the summer months work continued and Phase 2 is now 70% complete:


  • Plumbing connections have been completed with the only outstanding component being connection to the water source and waste water treatment.

  • Electrical wiring and ceiling improvements are 100% complete

  • Installation of partitions, flooring, and fittings such as door frames and window glass are partially completed with more work remaining.

The major outstanding work that has not begun includes painting and tiling to all wet rooms

Flooring Installation
External waste water management system
Built in seating bench work underway
Partition made from locally sourced blocks

“When you run alone, you run fast…

          When you run together...you run far.”

Zambian Proverb