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Ships of hope

Tim Farquhar introduces us to a charity making hospital facilities available to people who have very little

Ships of hope © MERCY SHIPS

The crew of the Africa Mercy

The crew of the Africa Mercy

FIVE BILLION PEOPLE around the globe have no access to safe, affordable surgery when they need it. Tragically, conditions requiring surgical treatment kill more people in low-income countries than HIV/Aids, TB and malaria combined. Even benign conditions can become deadly if neglected. 

As you are reading this, docked in West Africa is the world’s largest charity-run hospital ship, the Africa Mercy. This floating hospital, crewed almost entirely by volunteers, takes hope and healing to the world’s forgotten poor. The charity is Mercy Ships.

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