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Ras Morbat Clinic in Yemen

News from Yemen has highlighted the declining health of the local people. Within this context the Ras Morbat Clinic works to provide accessible healthcare for the poorest in the community. The Diocesan run clinic is looking to raise £15,000 to buy vital ophthalmic equipment for early identification & treatment of deteriorating sight.

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Total raised
£1,317.00

Target
£2,000.00

65%

Donations accepted until 15-02-2019

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Ras Morbat Clinic in Yemen

News from Yemen has highlighted the declining health of the local people. Within this context the Ras Morbat Clinic works to provide accessible healthcare for the poorest in the community. The Diocesan run clinic is looking to raise £15,000 to buy vital ophthalmic equipment for early identification & treatment of deteriorating sight.

The clinic urgently needs new surgical equipment to offer more comprehensive treatment for cataracts and glaucoma at the Ras Morbat Eye Clinic. This equipment will allow the clinic staff to treat patients in much earlier stages of deterioration of their sight, which will also contribute to the ability of the patients to continue caring for and working to support their families.
The money raised will pay for the equipment and cover the cost of training the medical staff in its use.

Event date

06-November-2018 - 
31-January-2019

Event type

Donations

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Activity log

Donation by Hugh Goddard
on 17/12/2018
£ 32.00
£ 8.00 gift aid
What fantastic work in such difficult circumstances!
Donation by John Pringle
on 14/12/2018
£ 25.00
£ 6.25 gift aid

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £57.00
Direct donations:(offline) £1,260.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(online)
£0.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(offline)
£0.00
Total Raised: £1,317.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£1,331.25

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