2018 Donations

April: HONDURAS

Duke University School of Nursing, student trip

May: TANZANIA

Duke University School of Nursing, student trip

May: ETHIOPIA

Henoch Asoye, Duke student and Kenan Summer Fellow.  Henoch is the founder of Oasis Medical Relief, a non-profit whose goal is to distribute medical supplies to different hospitals in Ethiopia to help promote the medical conditions of struggling neighborhoods throughout the country.

May: UGANDA

Duke undergraduates Diana Zabal, Tiff Jiang, Yannet Daniel and Niisoja Torto participated in the Duke Global Health Institute’s Student Research Training Program.  DGHI SRT aims to train undergraduate students in research methods and problem-solving relating to global health. This group focused on cardio-vascular health, improving water quality, preventing helminth infection and collecting information on trends in maternal health.  Surplus medical supplies were donated for a community health fair.

https://globalhealth.duke.edu

June: UGANDA

Brianna Lareau, EMT from Cary who returned to the Philippines to continue her work assisting with providing medical care to underserved populations.

June: TANZANIA

Preeti Manavalan, MD and Julian Hertz, MD, Duke University Medical center/Duke Global Health Institute. Research in Moshi, Tanzania.

July: LIBERIA

Amanda Thomas, Duke RN

August: NIGERIA

Folu Moses (retired Duke employee).  Shipping container to Nigeria via Africa Missions North America, which is a faith based non-profit organized to address the plight of the less privileged in Africa.

August: MOLDOVA

Elonora Sinigur, NC State Department/Moldova World Children’s Fund/U.S. Embassy in Chisinau. Medical supplies to hospitals, orphanage and hospices across Moldova, which is a “sister state” of North Carolina.

October: DUKE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

REMEDY periodically donates expired medical supplies to our teaching labs at Duke to train students and residents in various medical procedures.

October: LIBERIA

Amanda Thomas, Duke RN

October: HAITI

Michael Holland, Duke NP.   STAND (Sustainable Therapy and New Development), The Haiti Project.

Providing medical care to victims of earthquake in Port-De-Paix, Haiti.

http://www.standhaitiproject.org/

 

 


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