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Mercy Ships signed a collaborative agreement with the World Health Organization in the African Region this week, to improve surgery and anaesthesia services in Africa. The agreement aims to increase access to surgical care, and build capacity of health workers to...

We are pleased to announce that the Africa Mercy has arrived at the Port of Conakry to start its fourth field service in the nation of Guinea. The ship sailed in to Conakry to the sound of singing, drums and an arrival ceremony...

A dozen cyclists rode from London to Paris in just four days last week to raise thousands of pounds for Mercy Ships. The cyclists, many of whom had never taken on a challenge like this before, battled scorching temperatures of up...

Our 12 incredible cyclists are about to take on the challenge of a lifetime - cycling from London to Paris to raise money for Mercy Ships. The riders will cycle for 300 miles from Crystal Palace to the Eiffel Tower from...

Before our 10-month field service in Cameroon ended in June, we asked Mercy Ships supporters to say “thank you” with a quick note that we could share with the crew members who made it possible. So far, we’ve received more than...

The Mercy Ships 40th anniversary summer ball was a huge success, raising more than £140,000 to help fund our medical programmes in Africa. The ball, which took place on 9 June at 8 Northumberland Avenue in London, was attended by the charity’s...

Mercy Ships has updated its privacy policy. In line with the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we have made updates to our general data privacy policy regarding the information we hold and how it is used. To read our updated...

Mercy Ships seeks to deliver top-to-toe patient care in every country we visit. To this end, in every location we establish an outpatient facility called the HOPE (Hospital OutPatient Extension) Centre, where patients like Ulrich spend a significant amount of time. The HOPE...

Women are the glue that holds together so many families and communities in the countries that Mercy Ships visits. They are more than just a sister or a mum, an aunt or a grandmother. They nurture the next generation, they keep...

Mercy Ships has launched a brand new set of resources that call on UK churches to use their talents and skills to help send free medical care to some of the poorest people in the world. The charity’s new “Make History”...

Patrick Regan knows what it’s like to face medical uncertainty. The founder of Kintsugi Hope developed a degenerative knee condition that required major limb reconstruction surgery. The procedure involved breaking both of his legs in two places and screwing a large...

Are you coming to Big Church Day out this year? If you are, do come and say hello to us at our Mercy Ships stand. We’d love to talk to you about how you and your church can make history by...

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