We are meeting online on Saturday 6th June at 4pm. Please email us if you would like more information.
FMH has just received a new and urgent appeal from Murambinda Hospital for help in facing the challenge of the coronavirus pandemic. They need the capacity to create an adequate isolation ward and infection prevention stations, plus bleach, hand sanitisers, gloves, masks, gowns and eye protection for staff. They require £88,100 for 6 months supply.Continue reading “COVID 19 EMERGENCY APPEAL”
In 2000 John Miller cycled the 874 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats to bring in the new Millennium. As a long-time Murambinda supporter, in 2020 he’s doing it again, to raise money to help the Hospital face the dreaded coronavirus pandemic, as well as all the usual challenges. Because of the UK lockdownContinue reading “CYCLING FOR MURAMBINDA”
Two trustees of Friends of Murambinda visited the Hospital in late February to 7th March 2020. They found the Hospital staff in good heart despite the difficulties a downturn in the economy has brought to the country. The rural population is struggling with additional challenges in terms of an unprecedented drought and an epidemic ofContinue reading “RECENT VISIT TO MURAMBINDA HOSPITAL”
Many thanks to all who supported yesterday’s event at Sacred Heart, Hove. A great time was had and £ 903.27 was raised for FMH.
Come along if you can.
Having been involved in raising funds for MMH throughout 3rd year I was raring to get stuck into life in the hospital. Three of us spent 4 weeks at the hospital and we honestly couldn’t have asked for a better experience. From the moment we arrived at the hospital we felt instantly at home andContinue reading “My experience as a medical student at MMH was far better than I could have imagined……”
A huge thankyou to the children, parents and teachers of St Patrick’s Primary School Strathaven for their Lenten Appeal for Friends of Murambinda Hospital. They raised fantastic sum of £1,252.55. If you would like help in fundraising for FMH please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thankfully Buhera District was spared the worst effects of Cyclone Idai. However some houses were destroyed and people trapped. One child brought to the Hospital had died before arrival from cyclone induced injuries. A man was admitted unconscious due to injuries but made a good recovery with hospital care. Rains have caused serious cropContinue reading “Cyclone Idai”
Let us recall the vision, dedication and inspiration that our beloved Dr Monica Glenshaw gave us.
Read about FMH’s recent activities in our newly published Annual Report Could you help us with researching for grants from Trusts and Foundations? If so please contact us on email@example.com
Emma Connnolly is taking part in the Cotswolds Half Iron Man on 10th June to raise money for FMH. 1.9km (1.2 miles) swim 90km (56 miles) bike 21km (13 miles) run She writes On 10th June I am taking on my biggest sporting challenge yet with the Cotswolds Half Iron Man. Having never really beenContinue reading “Half Iron Man Emma!”
We are meeting in Guiseley on Saturday afternoon 12th May 2018 for an update on recent activity and events at Murambinda Mission Hospital, FMH fundraising activities and future projects. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The hospital was opened on 9th April 1968 and has since grown to the 100 bed institution that now serves as the District Hospital for Buhera District.
Mary Miller and Mike Thompson arrived at Murambinda Mission Hospital on April 8th for a week of observing the hospital at work, meeting old friends and making new, evaluating projects funded and sharing in the celebrations of the hospital’s 50th anniversary.
On November 25th 2017 we are meeting to catch up on recent events at Murambinda Mission Hospital and to see how best we can support its patients, staff and services. If you would like to join us contact email@example.com
Sister Silindiwe and Mr Mudzi flew out from Edinburgh on 8th April to return home to Murambinda after a very successful trip to renew friendships and strengthen the relationship between the hospital and the Friends of Murambinda Hospital They were shown around the Emergency Care Hospital inContinue reading “Visit of Matron and Donor Secretary of Murambinda Mission Hospital to UK”
We decided to improve the future self sufficiency of the Hospital by funding improvements to the kitchen garden including irrigation and greenhouses at a cost of around £3,616 We will service blood testing equipment to help with the care of acutely ill patients at a cost of £4,118 We will continue to pay the salariesContinue reading “Meeting of trustees 22/10/16”
Congratulations to Dr Kevin Jones who recently completed the Great North Run the largest Half Marathon in the UK. He ran the 13.1 miles to raise funds for Murambinda Mission Hospital via FMH. He raised over £500! He is a Hospitaller of the Order of Lazarus of Scotland who have matched this sum with a donation. We areContinue reading “Great North Run fundraiser”
Welcome donation from the Kuenssberg Charitable Foundation. The trustees of Friends of Murambinda Hospital are delighted to record their appreciation of a donation of £1000 from the Kuenssberg Charitable Foundation to allow the work of supporting a struggling rural hospital in a poorly resourced area of Zimbabwe to continue. Their covering letter to the donation statesContinue reading
Tuberculosis remains a major health problem.It is a nasty disease that can affect all ages and commonly leads to months of severe coughing, with night sweats, weight loss,.disability and death. The good news is that if found it can be treated, and if treated for months with multiple anti-tuberculous medicines it can be cured.It requiresContinue reading “TB”
MSF EXIT. On 19 June 2015 MSF held a farewell party at Murambinda to mark their exit from Murambinda and the District. MSF closed their offices in Murambinda and have since moved to Mutare. MMH and MSF signed an MOU which runs to end of year 2015 but has since reduced their contributions towards allowancesContinue reading “Challenges of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) exit”