Welcome to St.Therese Nzara Hospital

St Therese Hospital Donations

St Therese Hospital Nzara South Sudan continues to save children’s lives along with the lives of their parents.Medical treatment, surgery, safe birthing and COVID 19 preparedness is possible through a decade of support from Australian donors assisting the Comboni Missionary Sisters who manage the hospital.

Nurse Training

Donors have supported nurse training since 2019. These nurses provide current leadership in the hospital.

 

 

Solar Power

A solar power system provided from Australia in 2016 has met the hospital power requirements since and provides for the current upgraded facilities of theatres, wards and blood bank. A further system is planned.

Blood Bank, Theatres, Birthing Unit, Wards

A Blood Bank and Haematology Centre has been designed in Australia and built to international standards in cooperation with CMMB (New York), Kenda Onlus (Italy) and Australian Donors.

Theatres and Surgical Ward, Birthing unit and Maternity Ward have been constructed to plans prepared by volunteer Australian architects .The building project was supervised by CMMB .Australian donors contributed US$200,000 towards the project.

Donations to St Therese  Hospital  Comboni Sisters

 

Please consider direct non tax deductible fund transfer to the

 

Comboni Sisters (Kenya)  PIN P051095213P   (0=zero)

 

Bank Name: NIC Bank Ltd

Branch:  The Junction

Address: PO Box 44599     00100 Nairobi,Kenya

Swift Code :  NINCKENA

Account Name: Comboni  Sisters Lavington

Account Number :1000020927

Currency:USD

 

The relevant address is :Comboni Sisters Lavington

New Arboretum Drive Laikipia Close Nairobi.

 

Note in comments : For St Therese Hospital Sr Laura Gemignani

 

Many Thanks

 

Dr Daniel Doyle MB,BS FRACP FCSANZ

drdanieldoyle@icloud.com

The Heart Specialists  275 Moreland Rd Moreland Victoria 3058

Help us deliver a good outcome for mothers, babies and families at St Therese.It is not acceptable for women to die giving birth. Or children to die with malaria, appendicitis or sepsis.

Dr Daniel Doyle

c/- The Heart Specialists 275 Moreland Rd Moreland 3058

drdanieldoyle@icloud.com   web site : sttnh.org