The fate of Siphamancla in Swaziland
The boy lives with his family in the village Hluti, Swaziland. While most of the villagers are self-sufficient farmers, Siphamancla’s father works in a mine in South Africa coming home only occasionally on the weekends and holidays.
Water Pumps for Irrigation
During the past months southern Africa has experienced one of the worst droughts in history. Water pumps have become critical to survival.
Medication Transport by Helicopter
It is often a great challenge for regional hospitals in Mozambique to supply their community health posts with medication.
Eye-Sight for Swaziland
There is an exceptionally large number of blind people in Swaziland. Cataracts are often the cause of blindness.
«Thanks to Mercy Air, as doctors we can access remote areas which are inaccessible by land.»
|Sara Mungamba, doctor in the regional hospital in Marromeu, Mazambique|