Access to Proper Medical Care Changes Lives - Forever.
Mercy Ships operates hospital ships run by skilled volunteers to provide
free world-class medical services to developing nations.
Double the Trouble, Twice the Joy
Ousseynou and AssaneOusseynou and Assane shared more than just looks: they also shared a condition that caused their legs to turn outwards. Now, thanks to caring partners, both boys have a bright future. Double the Trouble, Twice the Joy While 5-year-olds Ousseynou and Assane may look alike, it’s obvious to see their different personalities –Ousseynou
Going the Extra Mile
Paul Bernard Going the Extra Mile Voriger Nächster The air was warm and thick in the room where three-year-old Paul Bernard and his older cousin were sleeping. It was a night like any other. But in his sleep, his cousin accidentally knocked over a nearby kerosene lamp, lighting their mattress on fire and engulfing the
Dreams of Being a Doctor
GnilaneGnilane’s dream of becoming a doctor was threatened by a tumour that had been growing on her face for most of her life. Voriger Nächster Dreams of Being a Doctor Gnilane first noticed the small lump on her face when she was 15 years old. At first, she didn’t think anything of it and figured
Ibrahim’s Fixed Feet
Ibrahim Generous partners and early intervention fixed Ibrahim’s feet, saving him from a lifetime of limited mobility. Ibrahim’s Fixed Feet Voriger Nächster We met 1-year-old baby Ibrahim last August, at one of the first Mercy Ships screenings in Guinea. Ibrahim’s mischievous grin was the first thing screening volunteers noticed – but once he begins trying
Leon It was a normal afternoon for 42-year-old Leon until he caught a lift on the back of a friend’s motorcycle, and his life was changed forever. Leon’s Story Voriger Nächster Racing through frenzied traffic, the driver swerved to avoid oncoming vehicles as they made their way across the city. Suddenly, they lost control and
We’ve seen firsthand the challenges that arise when people don't have access to safe and timely healthcare. It weakens communities and leaves individuals vulnerable.
Mercy Ships has been offering free healthcare
for over 40 years.
- Two surgical ships, the Global Mercy and the Africa Mercy.
- Over 1,600 qualified volunteers from all over the world serve annually.
- Mentorship and training programs support local medical professionals in achieving long-term success.
The Need is Great, But You Can Help Transforms Lives
Here's How to Get on Board
Everybody should have access to medical care, don't you agree?
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Bringing Medical Care Right to Africa's Shores
- Frees people from the burdens they carry.
- Allows more children to attend school and become educated.
- Develops stronger healthcare systems.
- Restores opportunities and allows everyone to live more fully in the community.
- Empowers others to do more and become agents of change.
- Contributes to greater health equality.
The real change comes when we all work together.
It’s an all-hands-on-deck job.
So, partner with us today, and don’t miss the opportunity to help change someone’s life forever.
Your support and volunteer efforts bring hope and healing to so many in great need.