6/14/06: Container# DFIU 3213301 This container of clinical equipment and supplies was shipped out of Coatesville to The Comision Christiana de Desarollo in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Physician, dental and hospital supplies and equipment were in the shipment. The CCD is one of our partners in Honduras, and it stands for the Commission for Christian Development. They work throughout Honduras, and are very effective in distributing our humanitarian aid. $31,025.00
6/09/06: Container #HOU 109980 This was another container for Beth Messiah and their humanitarian outreach in Minsk, Belarus Cabinets, linens, mattresses, study carrousels from Villanova University, IV poles from Bryn Mawr Hospital, and some gigantic exercise and Physical therapy equipment from Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation hospital in Paoli. 75,075.05
5/10/06-: A 40’ container for (the Pan American Development Foundation) was shipped from our warehouse to Montevideo, Uruguay in South America. This container included electric hospital beds and patient room furniture. $2,500.00
FROM: Gantsevichy Raion Territorial Medical Amalgamation, Medical Establishment Building 64, Matrosova Street, City of Gantsevichi, Gantsevichi Raion, Brest Oblast, 225440, Belarus
Tel:  (16) 462-1319
TO: U.S. Department of State
Mission Relief Services, Coatesville, PA, U.S.A.
Counterpart International, Community & Humanitarian Assistance Program
Dear friends and colleagues,
The Administration of the Gantsevichy hospital, all the medical personnel and our patients would like to thank you for the donated humanitarian assistance and a very fruitful cooperation with our hospital.
We are very grateful to you for taking our issues and problems into account and made a decision to help. We say thank you for the furniture – multifunctional beds and mattresses, light chairs, stools and tables, as well as commodes and wheelchairs. All of the pieces of furniture have been placed to the hospital departments and small out-patient offices in the rural areas. We have been able to greatly improve patient condition and the medical abilities of the medical staff.
Once again, thank you very much for the donated assistance for our hospital. We hope to cooperate in the future. Be well.
Gantsevichy Raion Territorial Medical Amalgamation
4/7/06: Container #SUDU 4678931 This container was also prepared and shipped for the Beth Messiah Congregation of Loveland, OH. The furniture, bedding, cots from West Chester University, desks from Villanova University all were shipped to Noviy Zavet (New Covenant) Evangelical Church, Building 25, Perevlok Lazo, Minsk, Municipality, 220102, Belarus $80,688.20
Office Location: Belarus
CTP 5794-001: Noviy Zavet (New Testament)
Project Number: Project #02, Minsk, Belarus
Project Name: Mission Relief Services Gantsevichy Raion Territorial
Cargo Description: Medical Amalgamation, Medical Donor Name Recipient Name, New Clothing, Cloth, Hygiene Supplies, and Used Clothing.
Load Date: 21-Dec-05
The Gantsevichy Raion territorial medical Amalgamation is a governmental medical services provider. The hospital is located in the Brest Oblast, but very far away from the major local cities. Due to this there is a great lack of funding to buy medical equipment and supplies. The local government is not able to help as this Raion is probably the poorest in the whole country. The sol is not very rich and agriculture is not very productive.
The hospital did not have a lot of modern and new equipment and the local staff was not able to provide an extensive medical assistance to the local population. Now that the hospital received medical equipment and supplies, the hospital was able to fully furnish several new wards to provide more services to patients. Thanks to the furniture (potty chairs the hospital staff was able to improve hygiene conditions in the hospital and make stay in the hospital more comfortable for the patients.
Vyacheslav Sakovich, the head Doctor of the hospital says: “The assistance was very timely and great; we received a lot of the much needed medical furniture, supplies. The most important items for us were beds and wheelchairs – we were able to replace the old “Soviet” metal beds with soft and water-proof mattresses. Now it is very easy to take care of the patients and the hygiene conditions have improved greatly”