NZ Nursing Review – ‘A Day in the Life of a Mercy Ship Nurse’ (Kiwi Sue Clynes)

Have you ever wondered what a Mercy Ships nurse (such as kiwi OR nurse/maxillofacial team leader Sue Clynes) does at 5.45 a.m (“My alarm chirps and I quickly turn it off before it disturbs my husband John … After breakfast I head back to my cabin, take my antimalarial … Read More

Flower pots and pigs feet

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What do shoelaces, clay pots, pigs trotters and dozens of dedicated Madagascan doctors have in common? There have been some very strange goings-on in the Africa Mercy‘s E Ward in recent months; curious contraptions holding shoe-lace-like things, synthetic skin, and pigs’ trotters. There was material laid over flower pots which held … Read More

Hope for the Littlest

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This month the Africa Mercy is returning to Madagascar; a desperately needy nation with 3.6 million children aged under five years. Of those children, 82% are living below the poverty line – existing on less than $2.25 per day to cover all their needs; food, education, clothing and housing. With a … Read More

Musician rocks the boat for Mercy Ships

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“Hope On My Horizon” doesn’t hope to earn a Kiwi musician Peter Woolston local or international acclaim; its driving purpose is to raise money and awareness for Mercy Ships NZ … a worldclass floating hospital that provides lifechanging medical care to thousands of people living in Africa – … Read More

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