MERCY SHIPS SOUTH AFRICA

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Mercy Ships South Africa is part of an international community of people dedicated to bring hope and healing to the world’s poorest people.

This chain of linked hearts stretches across the world to deliver free healthcare services to people of all ages in desperate circumstances – people who have no chance to get the medical help they need until a hospital ship from Mercy Ships comes to town.

Some volunteers onboard the Mercy Ship performing life-transforming surgeries and services, others are around the world donating, praying and encouraging each other to make a difference. Here you can find out more about us, the people we serve, stories of lives transformed and discover how you can make a difference by being involved.

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People Impacted

Developing Nations

THE SOLUTION…THE RESULTS…

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For more than 35 years, the poorest of the poor have experienced hope and healing through Mercy Ships work and its many volunteers and partners.

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OUR STORIES

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For more than 35 years, the poorest of the poor have experienced hope and healing through Mercy Ships work and its many volunteers and partners.

  • A New Nose and a New Heart for Moity
    A special story by Ward Nurse, Heather Morehouse, shares...
  • Blind for Over 15 years, Pulcherie has Never Seen Her Young Daughter
    I can’t imagine what it must have been like...
  • Vanya – A Special Orthopaedic Patient
    Vanya was a cute and happy orthopaedic patient despite...
  • Sambany – the largest tumour Mercy Ships had ever seen
    The man trembled up our gangway and did something...
  • Haingo – seven months old and weighing 2,2kg – less than a new born baby
    Haingo was born in a tropical downpour. The rising...
  • RAVETTE
    Ravette – for eleven years she lived with a backward-bending knee
    Photo Credit Mercy Ships, Ravette Walking on deck 5...
  • Isabelle's Journey
    Isabelle lives in a small village in the...
  • Isabelle's Journey
    Isabelle lives in a small village in the...

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