New Videos Call Canadians to Africa Mercy
Mercy Ships is looking for volunteers from a wide range of backgrounds to serve in the Senegal 2019-20 field service.
Every year over 1000 volunteers from 40 nations donate their time and professional skills to support the Mercy Ships mission.
These dedicated volunteers help bring hope and healing to children, families and communities in need by serving onboard the Africa Mercy, the world’s largest civilian hospital ship.
Currently the Africa Mercy is docked in Dakar, Senegal for the 2019-20 field service, and a number of volunteer jobs are still available.
The Africa Celebration is a moment to pause and give thanks for 30 years of partnership, filled with stories of hope and healing.
The Africa Mercy® hospital ship returned to West Africa, bringing hope and healing as the vessel docked once again in the port of Dakar, Senegal.
Two years ago, when the Africa Mercy sailed from Senegal, hundreds of patients were left still waiting for their chance for surgery.
On February 1st, the ship returned to the port of Dakar to bring hope and healing to these patients and their families.
Canadian Annick Sylvestre, Country Engagement Team, Operations Liaison in Liberia, shares an update of recent activities in the country.
Mercy Ships is overjoyed to share that in early 2022, the Africa Mercy will return to a beloved port – Dakar, Senegal.
Darryl Anderson, who had served as an advisor to the board of Mercy Ships Canada, was drawn into the organization full-time during COVID-19.