Health for All: Chad
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Bringing quality compassionate care to the vulnerable populations in Chad
Guinebor 2 Hospital, on the edge of the Chadian capital N’Djamena, has been providing health-care services and ministering to surrounding communities since 2011. Currently a 48-bed hospital with a reputation for good quality and affordable surgery, it is continually growing and seeking to develop the range and quality of services it offers. Guinebor 2 Hospital (G2) serves a multi-ethnic local population of 172,000 and also receives patients from multiple people groups across Chad, from closely neighboring Cameroon, and sometimes even from Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR).
In a typical month, G2 Hospital will serve 1000 Out-Patients and 200 In-Patients, including delivering 140 babies, completing 60 -120 surgeries, 4500 Lab tests, 380 Physiotherapy appointments and 450 Ultra-Sounds. A wide spectrum of surgeries can be performed at G2 Hospital, with the most common being hernias, cysts and orthopaedic surgery. Chad remains one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world, and so malnutrition, malaria, and maternal/infant mortality are commonplace within the communities we serve. For the team at G2 Hospital it is a privilege to provide good quality and affordable health care in Christ’s name for those who need it most.
- Product development
- Raising capital
What we need help with
The G2 hospital is in critical need to raise funds for general operations. These funds will provide vital medical supplies, the creation of self-sustaining solar panel project.
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