Wednesday, 11 July 2018

Done and dusted!

It's been quite a journey but thanks to mutual team working efforts and global health networks, the wheelchair gifted by FoCH Trustee Mr. Chola Mwelwa and transported to Zambia by  Sheffield medical student, Yun Xin Koh, has arrived at Chitambo.  It travelled along with FoCH's donation of requested office equipment which consists of a photocopier/scanner; associated toners; data projector; and wifi enablers.  These were sourced in Lusaka by FoCH Trustee Mr. Consider Mudenda, who also intercepted the wheelchair at Lusaka airport and passed all the items to a driver for transport to Serenje, near Chitambo.  From there, they were collected in the Chitambo Centenary ambulance (pictured) for the last lap to Chitambo.

Thank you to Chitambo colleagues for their nice thank you message:

 "It's done and dusted the equipments are in and thumbs up to FoCH for the timeless efforts, love and support they have been showing us since time immemorial."

This was a joint effort resulting from strategic planning  at Chitambo Hospital, in February 2018. It's wonderful to see a plan coming together and our joint planning  bearing fruits.

Yun Xin hands over the wheelchair to Consider at Lusaka airport

Chitambo CMO, Dr. Mwamba, inspects the office equipment at Consider's home in Lusaka

Data projector

Photocopier/Scanner and other equipment

Wifi enablers

Items ready for off to Serneje

Chitambo Centenary Ambulance collects the items from Serenje
Arrival at Chitambo
Requested office equipment 

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