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A new Glostavent Helix anaesthetic machine, donated by Australian Doctors for Africa to Clinique St Luc, in Tulear, Madagascar in action.  Providing equipment is a major strategic priority which supports our skills improvement program.   ADFA’s programs in Madagascar are supported by the Australian NGO Cooperation Program.

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You’re Invited to a Cocktail Party, 6 September 2019

An opportunity to help one of the poorest countries in the world whilst sampling some hand-picked Margaret River wines. Australian Doctors for Africa and the Rotary Club of Crawley have joined forces to raise funds to build a new Endoscopy Unit in Madagascar, one of...

Orthopaedics Team Helping People in Madagascar

Thanks to an incredible ADFA volunteer team of Dr Li-On Lam, Orthopaedic surgeon, Dr Bob Jang, Orthopaedics registrar, nurses Lucy Harris and Cherrie Genat, and Rob Genat (logistics), who recently travelled to Tulear, Madagascar. During their visit to three hospitals...

ADFA ENT Team First Mission to Madagascar a Big Success

An ENT team, led by Dr Latif Kadhim, had a very successful mission to Madagascar recently with 179 clinical consultations (66 children) and performing 18 surgical operations (13 children), with follow up twice daily ward rounds. Nine people were fitted with donated...