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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...

Sarcoma Training in Ethiopia

The Musculoskeletal Tumour Course, organised and run collaboratively by Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology & Musculoskeletal Sciences, University of Oxford, UK; the CURE Hospital, Ethiopia; and Australian Doctors for Africa, was held from 8-10...

2018 Annual Report

Australian Doctors for Africa 2018 Annual Report is now available.  Support from our generous donors enabled us to send 56 volunteers overseas who performed 1,550 patient consultations and 428 surgical procedures, and provided training to 684 medical professionals. ...

Comoros Mission Helps Many

Five medical volunteers returned from a very busy and successful two-week medical mission to Moroni, capital of Comoros.  Huge thanks to our volunteers: Josiane Sabouriaut – Team Leader and Theatre Nurse Lachlan Milne (Orthopaedic surgeon) Miles Earl (Anaesthetist)...

Nell Gray Fashions Donates Scrubs

A huge thank you to Paula Forrest and the team at Nell Gray Fashions in Bayswater for donating hundreds of new scrubs (not required due to hospital closures).  Nell Gray has been a great supporter of Australian Doctors for Africa donating uniforms and scrubs on many...

New Anaesthetic Machine Donated for Madagascar

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...

Channel 10 News!

Did you catch us on the Channel 10 News on Friday night?  If not click below to see the fantastic work our nurses and doctors are doing in Madagascar, with support from the Australian NGO Cooperation Program. 

Yin & Yang – Digby Cullen & Graham Forward

Read the Yin & Yang article featured in The West Magazine on 29 September 2018 about how Dr Digby Cullen, Gastroenterologist, and Dr Graham Forward, ADFA Founder and CEO worked together to grow a charity that provides medical assistance and training in Africa....