I have been the Fundraiser and Administrator for Swinfen Trust for over 9 years now. During that time I have helped others to set up their fundraising campaigns and have taken part in many races myself to help build awareness of the trust that makes a difference in the lives of those who are less fortunate.
I have finally taken the plunge to run my first EVER Marathon! I ask you please to support me and make a donation to this fantastic Humanitarian Trust.
Your encouragement will get me to that finish line and knowing every step I take during the 26.2 miles will be providing hope, good medical care and the prospect of saving lives.
Thank you Miss Sharon Checksfield
We are delighted to share the news that we have have just added another country to our list now standing at 74.
A new Telemedical link has been set up to a hospital in the South west of Mongolia. They have 70 doctors and 210 nurses. Specialties include – Surgery, Internal medicine, Paediatric, Gynaecology and Radiology. Equipment available – Xray, Endoscopy, Ultrasonography and ECG.
They have a population of just over 26,000 in the area and do all they can to treat and diagnose all patients.
We look forward to working with them.
A new link in Hargeisa, Somalia, has been set up. This is a Paediatric Training Center with 2 Paediatricians, 1 general Physician and 10 nurses. All patients that are unable to pay will be treated free of charge.
We welcome them to our system and look forward receiving their cases.
A new link was set up today to help an outpatient clinic in a research field station in Gambia.
They have 3 doctors, 2 midwives and 10 nurses on site with 2 observatory beds, a midwife unit (for uncomplicated deliveries only) and a supplement center for malnourished children. They have a ECG machine and access to basic lab tests and have basic primary care drugs available.
This clinic supplies FREE medical care and treatment for all. Swinfen Telemedicine welcomes them to our system and look forward to doing all we can to help.