The coffee break of the WTC Zijtaart cycling club last Sunday-Mother’s Day- raised 545 euros for the Mount Meru Foundation! A very nice contribution for the care of mother and child in Tanzania.
Our third candidate, Wilson Simpa, started the ultrasound training at the end of April! Wilson is a Clinical Officer at Karatu District Hospital in Karatu, a rural district in the Arusha region of northern Tanzania. The Karatu District Hospital is
We recently introduced you to Veronika. Before she started the echo course, our board member Saja went out with her for a day with the Mamabus 2.0. Veronika got a taste of ultrasound and that tasted like more.Saja talks to
Veronika, our second candidate, started the echo course on Monday 15 April 2019. We wanted to get to know her better, so that we could guide and support her remotely where necessary in the coming period. Saja walked with her
Double good news! Our board member Saja Erens is currently in Tanzania, where she visits our projects. In Moshi she met Oscar Issangya. Saja and Oscar signed the sponsorship contract, with which Oscar is officially the first participant in our
Meet our first sonographer in training! Our project “Adopt a sonographer” is bearing fruit. Obstetrician Oscar Issangya will start at the beginning of April, partly thanks to your donations, for the training to become an ultrasound specialist. We would like
The action of the Filmhuis Kollum on International Women’s Day for the benefit of the Mount Meru Foundation yielded a total of 476 euros! In April, the first Tanzanian midwife can now start training for ultrasound scanners!
Meanwhile, our suitcases have already been unpacked long and wide and we have worked hard with the whole board on the continuation of the journey. All collected information is arranged and a report has been drawn up in response to
After a few intense and instructive days we travel to the island of Zanzibar. Last year we were able to help a German midwife to make ultrasounds. Because she wants to be trained, we now give her two full days
This is Africa (T.I.A.): it is a much expressed cry during our journey when we once again fall from one surprise to the other, but especially when things are just a little different than we expected or planned. On the