Local jeweller Niamh Utsch has kindly donated some magnificent yellow and white gold handmade jewellry to the Trust.
This jewellry is offered for sale with all proceeds going to help fund medication for the clinic.
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The clinic is now in its eighth year. Opened in 2004 to date we have treated more than 275,000 patients.
Ongoing training is provided for local staff at the clinic. Best practice training in management of the support areas of the clinic is currently being taught.
Believing education to be the first building block in a developing nation, The Trust has, from its inception, sponsored students from the area in second and tertiary education.
The clinic is now in its seventh year. Unfortunately, sustainability in many countries is very difficult. In many developing countries approximately one project in fifty survives more than five years. We are very proud of our achievements to date. Our project is continuing to expand.
On her visit to Springfield Mass in November Mags Riordan Founder and CEO of the Trust was honoured with a proclamation from the city of Springfield.
Malaria in sub-Saharan Africa is a problem of dimensions unlike those seen anywhere else in the world today.
Our newest newsletter Happenings - Issue 9 - is out.
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Family planning services are now offered at the clinic in partnership with Banja La Mtsogolo.
Dr Antonio Pedrotta has conducted an intensive laboratory training programme for the past number of months. Funded by the Nolan Family in memory of the late Emer Nolan who worked with the Trust in Cape Maclear.
Following a visit a number of years ago by a member of ASA to Cape Maclear to see the work of the Trust ASA now actively supports the BRMT. The Trust is very grateful to all who support ASA in the U.S.