07NovLatest on the Ebola outbreak:
Sierra Leone has been declared free from Ebola disease after 42 days without a case. Read more on the BBC’s website here. Link During the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone which tragically claimed the lives of almost 4,000 people, Inter Care began sending emergency aid to another four health units in the country, in … Continue reading Latest on the Ebola outbreak:
27OctToffeln Footwear donation
A huge thank you to Toffeln Footwear for their wonderful donation of stethoscopes and footwear. These items shall be sent to St Francis of Assisi, Tanzania and to prisons in Ghana. Your support is very much appreciated.
26OctInter Care has a New Patron
We are delighted to announce our new patron Bishop Patrick McKinney. Pope Francis appointed Patrick McKinney, a priest of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, as tenth Bishop of Nottingham in May 2015. Thank you for visiting Inter Care on 26th October 2015 we very much enjoyed showing you our facilities and the work we do. … Continue reading Inter Care has a New Patron
14OctMumbezhi Holy Family Rural Health Centre, Malawi
An acknowledgement from Malawi which we wish to share. “On behalf of the staff and community of Mumbezhi Holy Family RHC and indeed on my behalf I wish to express my sincere gratitude for the receipt of the consignments which were all received in good condition. all the medicines, linen, instruments, BP machines, glucometer machines … Continue reading Mumbezhi Holy Family Rural Health Centre, Malawi
Inter Care is currently undergoing a transition period, which means we are winding down the recycling of patient returned medicines. We are in the process of implementing a more holistic approach to supplying our beneficiary clinics with the medical aid they require. We are therefor appealing to practices to send us surplus medical supplies … Continue reading Important Announcement
22AprOur beneficiaries in Sierra Leone have been heavily affected by the terrible Ebola outbreak.
So far, since the beginning of October, Inter Care has sent emergency aid to the value of over £30,000 to 6 hospitals and health centres in Sierra Leone, who are in the front line of the Ebola crisis. We have been able to do this thanks to the generosity of Pal International Ltd, Crescent Pharma Ltd and other anonymous corporations who have kindly donated the medicines and personal protective equipment that are so desperately needed.