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SAFE Africa

Help save lives in Africa through safer anaesthesia! Around the world people are suffering or dying unnecessarily from the lack of safe anaesthesia in surgery, something that is taken for granted in the UK. The situation is critical in Africa, where millions lack access to safe anaesthesia. SAFE Africa is the AAGBI’s new fundraising...

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Total raised
£7,513.59

Target
£100,000.00

7%

Donations accepted until 25-05-2019

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SAFE Africa

Help save lives in Africa through safer anaesthesia!

Around the world people are suffering or dying unnecessarily from the lack of safe anaesthesia in surgery, something that is taken for granted in the UK.

The situation is critical in Africa, where millions lack access to safe anaesthesia.

SAFE Africa is the AAGBI’s new fundraising campaign which aims to:

  • raise £100,000 over two years
  • to scale-up the delivery of three-day SAFE obstetrics and paediatrics training courses
  • and sustainably improve anaesthesia education and care in Africa in the long-term
Over the last six years the SAFE project has trained 2,271 anaesthetic providers in 21 countries.

Each one of these practitioners will go on to treat around 1500 patients each year.

With your support over the next two years we can train even more practitioners and improve the safety of thousands of patients in Africa.

To find out more about how the SAFE project is already saving lives, visit our website at www.aagbi.org/SAFEAfrica

You can also contact us at safeafrica@aagbi.org

Event date

19-May-2017 - 
24-May-2019

Event type

All

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Key contact
Katie Walsh
Telephone
020 7631 8866
Email address
katiewalsh@aagbi.org

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Anonymous donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 17/08/2017
£ 20.00
£ 5.00 gift aid
J-P, a great great teacher and a great role model . Feel grateful to make a small contribution in his memory to a good cause
Anonymous donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 17/08/2017
£ 50.00
£ 12.50 gift aid
Delighted to support this campaign in JP’s memory. Much love to Liliane, Alex, Hélène and Christianne.
Paul Davison donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 15/08/2017
Anonymous donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 12/08/2017
RIP JP
Janice Fazackerley donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 11/08/2017
£ 50.00
£ 12.50 gift aid
I didn't know your Dad particularly well but you are both amazing people Chrissie and Helene and I think that says more than anything. My thoughts are with you both and your family. x
James S donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 11/08/2017
£ 20.00
£ 0.00 gift aid
Andrew and Beata donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 10/08/2017
£ 30.00
£ 7.50 gift aid
An inspiration leader of our specialty and the profession in general who will be much missed
Anonymous donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 06/08/2017
£ 100.00
£ 25.00 gift aid
J-P was an excellent teacher and this fund means that people who may not have known him can still benefit from him. I think he would have liked that.
Gill Farnsworth donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 04/08/2017
Liliane I am so very sorry; we will help all we can here at MPS. You have such huge support and affection.
Christina donated to Alexander van Besouw
on 04/08/2017
£ 20.00
£ 5.00 gift aid

Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £300.00
Direct donations:(offline) £2,013.59
Donations to fundraisers:
(online)
£5,170.00
Donations to fundraisers:
(offline)
£30.00
Total Raised: £7,513.59
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£8,671.09

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