July 20, 2018, Middle East. Mission Relief Services transferred to Rim Bakir and Aloush Yemen of the Narenj Tree Foundation of Norristown PA 11 pallets of assorted medical-surgical kits, 12 IV poles and 10 wheelchairs – all of which were to be consolidated into larger container loads of humanitarian assistance materials for various displaced communities in several Middle Eastern countries.
July 20, 2018, container #CAIU 8637297, seal #0720066, Mali. Joseph Sackor of Philadelphia PA coordinated this container load for his associates in the West African country of Mali. The valuable contents included 9 hospital beds, 4 stretchers, 60+ hospital bed mattresses, 4 electric wheelchairs/scooters, 30+ metal/oak dining room chairs, 36 walkers, 9 overbed tables and a host of other medical-surgical supplies/accessories.
July 7, 2018, Dominican Republic. Mission Relief Services was once again able to provide urgently-needed medical-surgical supplies and equipment to Diogenes Molina of New York for further shipment to his associates in the Dominican Republic. We loaded a 16’ box truck with 40+ stackable waiting room chairs, 4 hospital stretchers, 3 electric scooters, 8 wheelchairs, 6 overbed tables and 9 IV poles, as well as four pallets’ worth of assorted supplies.
July 5, 2018, container #CMAU 7619938 45G1, seal #0720065, Haiti. Partners in Health of Boston, Massachusetts, contracted with Mission Relief Services to ship another 40’ HC container to its affiliates in the Caribbean nation of Haiti. Included in this shipment were some 72 foam hospital bed mattresses, 9 examination tables, 5 metal vertical storage cabinets, 6 infant bassinets, 11 overbed tables, 7 patient scales and a variety of cloth patient gowns and hospital linen.
On 17 February 2017, a 40’ High Cube ocean container was loaded at the Mission Relief Services (MRS) warehouse in Parkesburg PA and shipped to the West African country of Nigeria. This container load took several months to be approved for shipment due to stringent documentation requirements by the Government of Nigeria. The shipment was coordinated by Mr. Collins Ibeto (photo attached) and went out under the auspices of the Obodoukwu Union of North America (OUNA) of Torrance CA. The shipment was sent to the Nzuko Obodoukwu Clan (OUNA’s affiliate in Nigeria) to outfit a new community hospital it was opening in the Imo State of Nigeria. The contents of the container included several hospital beds/mattresses, stretchers, examination tables, examination lamps, laboratory equipment, office furniture, an infant incubator, a refrigerator-freezer and a plethora of other essential medical-surgical accessories and supplies. The hospital was fully operational by mid-2018 and plans are now in the works to expand the scope of its medical services through the assistance of MRS.