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Based in Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Canniesburn is one of the largest reconstructive surgery, training and research units in Europe. It has assisted ReSurge Africa by training Ghanaian doctors, providing medical equipment, and through the voluntary services of visiting consultants, physiotherapists and nurses.
The Golden Jubilee has contributed vitally to the success of ReSurge Africa by providing volunteer consultant anesthetists, teaching and training, and supplying medical equipment.
Dundee Teaching Hospitals generously supported the establishment of the Burns Intensive Care Unit at Kumasi. The Hospitals provided accommodation at basic charges and training at no cost. The project is extremely grateful for all the staff, nursing, medical and managerial of the Plastic Surgery Unit at Dundee Royal Infirmary and Ninewells Hospital who gave so freely of their time.
This Hospital Trust contributed a significant amount of furniture and equipment which enabled the equipping of the Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Unit in Accra in 1997.
Lloyds TSB has been very helpful to ReSurge Africa, providing valuable advice, information and financial support.
In 2006, the international Development fund granted the charity a tremendous award of £45,000 per annum for 3 years. This permitted long-term planning to be confidently undertaken and encouraged further donations from other sponsors
Through the embassy in Accra, Ghana, the Japanese government has contributed significantly to the funds raised for the building of the Reconstructive Plastic Surgery and Burns Unit in Accra in 1997.
Partnership with the Don Carlos Gnocchi Foundation and the Holy Spirit Hospital in Makeni, Sierra Leone has enabled ReSurge Africa to begin its work of establishing reconstructive surgery and burns services in other parts of West Africa, using the experience and expertise of its fully functioning unit in Accra.
Rotary has supported ReSurge Africa since its inception. Rotary district 1230 (West of Scotland) provided support for Jack Mustarde’s early fundraising for Ghana while Rotary district 1010 (North and East of Scotland) made the Kumasi Project one of its main recommendations for district donations and raised £26,000 toward the creation of the Burns Intensive Care Unit. Rotary International granted £22,000 as match funding.
The British Society for Surgery of the Hand has funded this charity’s work in Sierra Leone and we are extremely grateful for their generosity. Dr Barbara Jemec has been instrumental in achieving this.
Smile Train has funded the costs of training in cleft surgery, delivered in Accra.
Surge+restore are USA-based partners of ReSurge Africa. President/treasurer of Surge+restore Dr Robert Scott Brown is a Director of ReSurge Africa.
The work of ReSurge Africa is only possible thanks to the support of people like you. Find out how you can help us create a brighter future for the people of West Africa by donating, volunteering or fundraising.