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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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Sea Containers Packed for Ethiopia and Somaliland

Last week a band of wonderful volunteers packed two 40ft sea containers with donated medical equipment and supplies, bound for hospitals in Harar, Ethiopia and Hargeisa, Somaliland. These shipments are part of our infrastructure program which provides equipment for...

ADFA Cocktail Party a Big Success!

Thank you to everyone who attended the Australian Doctors for Africa Cocktail Party held at Blue HQ in Fremantle last month and made it a wonderful evening and a fundraising success. Huge thanks to volunteers Chris and Eric Tasker, Philly and John McLean, Jane...

Australian Doctors for Africa Cocktail Party 2019

Please join us for a fabulous night of canapes, drinks, silent auction and much more! The Australian Doctors for Africa 2019 Cocktail Party is our major fundraising event for 2019, so please come along to help us raise funds to continue providing medical assistance to...