Stories

08Nov

Susan’s Story
Susan’s Story

Little Susan was showing signs of a fever and infection. There was only one thing her Grandmother could do. She set off on foot from Mozambique and travelled for many hours cradling her granddaughter in her arms. After many hours, they reached Nzama, Malawi. Susan’s Grandmother rushed into the Hospital to access treatment including medicines … Continue reading Susan’s Story

07Nov

Zola’s Story
Zola’s Story

An Earthquake hits Tanzania Just three miles from the Ugandan border, a small village called Bukwali was shaken to the ground.  Many people fought for their lives, many more got burnt from the spreading flames. The Doctors at the village’s Health Unit were in desperate need of medical aid to treat the people’s injuries and … Continue reading Zola’s Story

05Nov

Thank You from Nurses in Tanzania
Thank You from Nurses in Tanzania

Red Rucksack Appeal—Big Give 2018 The red rucksacks are continuing to be sent out to various Health Units in Africa.  We have been receiving lovely stories and it has been wonderful to hear that the campaign benefited so many patients.  Thank you to those who supported by donating a rucksack. You have supported so many … Continue reading Thank You from Nurses in Tanzania

02Oct

John’s Story- The Good of Recycling Medical Aid
John’s Story- The Good of Recycling Medical Aid

The Moment it Clicked! I had been a volunteer at Inter Care for about 18 months when I was lucky enough to be able to go to Tanzania with 12 other volunteers and see the Health Centres for myself. What an eye-opener it was! I have no medical background, and my only experience of Africa … Continue reading John’s Story- The Good of Recycling Medical Aid