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At least 5 Gently Used iPads for activities at Mercy Hospital in Bo, Sierra Leone

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Helping Children Worldwide

Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address?

We are looking to implement a new Electronic Medical Record System (EMR) at Mercy Hospital in Bo, Sierra Leone.

Helping Children Worldwide is an American NGO that seeks to provide hope to impoverished children, their families and communities. The organization currently supports vulnerable children in Sierra Leone through the Child Rescue Centre, and 10,000 patients a year at Mercy Hospital in Sierra Leone. Mercy is a 26 bed primary care hospital that provides care for nearly 1,000 children and adults a month, regardless of their ability to pay.

Mercy has a reputation in the Bo community for excellent results and a trained, compassionate staff. In addition to care at the hospital, Mercy provides community-based outreach programs to over 10,000 patients each year, with special focus on malaria, prenatal and infant care, nutrition, and HIV/AIDS.

What is your project and how will it help?

Mercy has a reputation in the Bo community for excellent results and a trained, compassionate staff. In addition to care at the hospital, Mercy provides community-based outreach programs to thousands of patients each year, with special focus on malaria, prenatal and infant care, nutrition, and HIV/AIDS.

How can other people partner with you on your project?

We are looking for partners who can donate gently used iPads for Mercy Hospital.

Please detail the resources that you need.

iPads- first or second generation, gently used models. We are looking for at least 5 iPads which will be used to generate electronic records at Mercy Hospital.


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Partnership types

Provision of goods

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Sierra Leone
Americas: United States

Global issues

Community development

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