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Doc2Doc Ships Four Containers in December

Posted on January 18th, 2013 by kgeiger

In December, Doc2Doc shipped four containers--valued at an estimated US$2 million--of medical supplies and equipment. This includes shipments to:

Maridi Civil Hospital, South Sudan: This shipment is part of Doc2Doc's South Sudan program.

Freetown, Sierra Leone: Healey International Foundation sponsored two containers (part of a six container project) to refurbish and reopen Serabu General Hospital, the largest hospital complex in Sierra Leone just outside of Freetown.

Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Blantyre, Malawi: This shipment was sponsored by the Jack Brewer Foundation and the Joyce Banda Foundation.

Doc2Doc shipped a total of 10 containers in 2012, valued at US$4.5 million. This is more than double shipments for 2011.


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