Engineers, sparkies & chippies

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Believe it or not, a floating hospital ship requires a boat-load (shipload, actually) of highly skilled people to operate smoothly. Technical crew work in close collaboration with medical professionals to provide free essential surgery to people in poverty. The Africa Mercy crew includes a variety of essential roles that … Read More

Isabelle’s ‘toothache’

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Isabelle lives in a small village in the mountainous centre of Madagascar’s far north. The surrounding harsh terrain makes the area almost inaccessible, especially during the wet season when the dirt roads become mires of red mud. The 13-year-old loves her village life, and her favourite thing to … Read More

Vernel’s Dad never gave up hope

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Guaranteed to bring a grin! Watch how the love of Vernel’s Dad carried his little boy through some tough times. From a prenatal deformity to total transformation, Vernel’s Dad was his biggest cheer leader (duration 3 mins)

Somaya’s second chance

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Neny’s life seemed to fall apart at every turn. When her daughter Somaya was born, Neny was deeply shocked to see her tiny baby’s mouth marred by a cleft lip and palate. She had never seen anything like it before. Somaya’s father was outraged. “This is not my … Read More

Benin: Hundreds seeking help each day

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Every weekday at 5am a convoy of vehicles leaves the Africa Mercy . The Mercy Ships screening team and the ship’s security officer prepare for a long and intense day accessing the hundreds of people arriving with the hope of being healed. Every day off-duty crew members sign … Read More