Christmas Appeal

6500/30000.00

22 % Funded

$6,500.00
Donated
$30,000.00
Goal
7
Donors

About the campaign

This Christmas, join alongside your HealthServe community to make a lasting difference in the lives of many. Funds raised through this appeal will directly contribute to:

  1. Healthcare Training: Providing essential training to health workers and improve access to medical care in Bor, South Sudan through our South Sudan Health Worker Training Program.
  1. Building a Medical Centre: Support the construction of a much needed medical centre in Obbo, South Sudan through our Orison Medical Centre project.
  1. Caring for Elderly Maasai: Contribute to life-saving and transforming health and wellbeing care for Ngorongoro Naretu Elders, who face critical challenges in Tanzania, through our new program.
  1. Maternal and Child Health: Help decrease maternal and child morbidity and mortality, locally in Tar Agok, South Sudan through the Mother Child Clinic.
  1. Family Medicine Programs: Support Dr Michael Burke and Dr Jean Burke as they equip doctors in the management of chronic disease, whole person medicine, health prevention and health promotion in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania.

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HealthServe Australia works in partnership with other international organisations, complementing their strengths with health resources. It has a special relationship with the largest group of Christian health professionals in Australia, the Christian Medical and Dental Fellowship of Australia (CMDFA) through which it was established. Many of the CMDFA members have worked for a number of years overseas in health work.

 

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