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How you can help

There are lots of way you can be part of On Call Africa. Supporting us helps to transform the healthcare in rural communities in Zambia. However you decide to support us, whether you participate in an event, fundraise, leave a gift in your will or make a donation – we cannot do it without you.

Donations are critical to enabling On Call Africa to improve the healthcare in rural Zambia. Without one off, monthly, quarterly or yearly donations we would not be able to provide healthcare support to those who need it.

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“I’d love to see us expand to work in other areas of Zambia. There are vast areas in the west and north of Zambia that are more cut off than the villages we currently work in. We’ve proven over the last 10 years are model works but the need in other areas remains huge”.

Kirsty, Trustee

Here is what your money can buy:

£15 provides a volunteer doctor in a rural health facility for one day. Supporting delivery of essential health services, and contributing to quality improvement of health facilities

£25 provides one day of residential training for a Community Health Worker

£35 funds a bed for an expectant mother to sleep on in the days prior to her due date

£150 would provide a buffalo bike enabling a Community Health Worker to carry out home visits in sparsely populated communities

 

“I am grateful to receive training and support from On Call Africa. With the knowledge and experience I now have, I’m able to spot a malnourished child”.

Gloria, Community Health Worker

 

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