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Past Projects
Opening ceremony 2011 for FMS funded Bilballa health post
2012 - Church leaders blessing the new FMS funded Culmesk health post

Opening of Lydba health post
2012 - Opening of JACCT funded Lydba health post

The Sharps with son Andrew and daughter Alexandra and donated Millfield equipment2006 - The Sharps with son Andrew and daughter Alexandra and donated Millfield equipment for Lalibela High School

Lalibela Town 1st XI
2011 - Lalibela Town 1st XI wearing Millfield colours

Catherine and donated medical equipment
2011 - Catherine with donated medical equipment
LALIBELA TRUST.

Festival Medical Services under the chairmanship of Dr Chris Howes and JA Clark Charitable Trust supported by Tom Clark have been massive supporters of our projects.

CONSTRUCTION OF NEW HEALTH POSTS

Festival Medical Services:  £10,000 Bilballa 2011, £10,000 Culmesk 2012, £10,000 Beleh 2013, £12,000 Kewabahara 2014, £12,000 Guluha 2014.
2015 - 2017  £42,500 Lalibela Hospital Maternity Unit

JA Clark Charitable Trust: £11,000 Lydba 2012, £12,000 Diyuna 2014.  2015 - 17  £36,000 Lalibela Hospital Maternity Unit


CONSTRUCTION OF NEW SPRING IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS

JA Clark Charitable Trust: 2013 £12,000 5 sites Abstev, Wolquoy, Sabatwrka, Qwarko and Kukela.  2016 - £15,000 five sites Dorofada, Segno Gerba, Sertou, Teku and Toola.

Glastonbury Road Run: £1,000 Alektooha 2012, £1,000 Marmady 2013, £1,000 Archako 2015, £1,000 Mnchut 2016.

Millfield Preparatory School: £1,000 Walkako 2012.


SCHOOL BENCH DESKS

Glastonbury Road Run:  £1,000 30 desks Bilballa School 2011.


SAFE MOTHERHOOD PROJECT AND PADet  2005 - 2014

In 2005 we worked with PADet (Professional Alliance Development in Ethiopia), an indigenous NGO.  We prioratised "hardware" - delivery kits for health centres, TTBA kits for domiciliary deliveries, post-delivery fistula repair surgery and long-term family planning contraception.  44 women have had fistula surgery, 19 women attended twice and six women three times.  The SMP paid all expenses allowing women to "live again".  

In Autumn 2014 PADet decided they could no longer, due to lack of administrative funds and increasing Government bureaucracy, continue.  When in Lalibela in late 2014, we were delighted to discover that all fistula patients are now routinely referred to Bahar Dar hospital, an outreach of the world-famous Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital.


MEDICAL EQUIPMENT £8,000 DONATION 2011

Plan UK, with the final instalment of £8,000 of our supporter`s £86,000 contribution, purchased medical equipment for distribution to Lalibela Hospital and Health Centre.

Four twenty-one litre autoclaves, four manual suction machines and four major surgical sets for Lalibela Hospital and Health Centre - also two of the larger rural health centres.

Also baby scales, ambu bags and goggles plus eight hundred suture packs and two thousand five hundred sterile surgical gloves for general distribution to both Lalibela and outlying rural health posts.


ANTI-MALARIA INSECTICIDE-TREATED NETS 2005 - 2010

Malaria is the number one killer in and around Lalibela, particularly affecting pregnant women and children under five.  It is estimated that one thousand nets saves seven lives.  Insecticide-treated anti-malaria nets reduce the incidence of malaria by about 45%.

A total of £20,000 was donated towards AM IT nets - £14,000 by FMS in 2010 - providing approximately 10,000 nets


SUPPLEMENTARY FOOD PROJECTS 2008

Supplementary food project for pre-school and primary school children in Lalibela catchment area.  Emergency appeal - £915 raised
 
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