Sudan Mission for Hospital Equipment’s Rehabilitation Organized by Gena Foundation, Project C.U.R.E. and partners

March 17, 2021

  • introduction

    • Purpose of Mission

  • The purpose of the mission organizing by Gena Foundation, Project C.U.R.E., and partners is to help the people and the Government of Sudan by supplying the needed equipment that affects health care delivery in a given place. Health care reform typically attempts to: Broaden the population that receives health care coverage through either public sector insurance programs or private sector insurance companies.

Gena Foundation, Project C.U.R.E., and American organizations joining with Middle East organizations forming together to help thousands of people who die every day in the developing world because local hospitals & clinics do not have the medical supplies and equipment needed to save lives in their communities. Children are missing the chance to receive an education and live a full life due to illnesses that would be treatable if they had access to proper health services. It’s Project C.U.R.E.’s, Gena Foundation Embassy of Sudan in Washington DC, and other Sudanese Communities Organization organizing this mission to change that. Together we will deliver health & hope to the people of Sudan.

  • Partners 

    • Project C.U.R.E

Since 1987, Project C.U.R.E has been delivering life-saving medical equipment and supplies to hospitals and clinics throughout the under-resourced world. Project C.U.R.E is the world’s largest distributor of donated medical relief—touching the lives of children and families in more than 135 countries.

On average, each week Project C.U.R.E. delivers four to six semi-truck-sized containers packed with the medical equipment and supplies so desperately needed by local hospitals and clinics.

Each year, hundreds of healthcare professionals travel with Project C.U.R.E to provide medical treatment to communities in need and training to those dedicated to serving them.

It focused on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, Ebola, and COVID19. Project C.U.R.E. also works alongside health experts to treat victims of earthquakes, floods, and other natural disasters as well as societal crises.

Project C.U.R.E.’s programs are funded by grants from the U.S. government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and by the generous support of philanthropic foundations, corporate partners, and individual donors from all walks of life.

  • Gena Foundation

Gena Foundation, Project C.U.R.E., and American organizations joining with Middle East organizations forming together to help thousands of people who die every day in the developing world because local hospitals & clinics don’t have the medical supplies and equipment needed to save lives in their communities. Children are missing the chance to get an education and live a full life due to illnesses that would be treatable if they had access to proper health services. It’s Project C.U.R.E.’s, Gena Foundation Embassy of Sudan in Washington DC, and other Sudanese Communities Organization organizing this mission to change that. Together we will deliver health & hope to the people of Sudan.

  • Goal

  • Broaden the population that receives health care coverage through Hospitals
  • Expand the array of health care provider’s consumers may choose among
  • Improve the access to health care specialists
  • Improve the quality of health care and safety of health care
  • Give more care to the public
  • Decrease the cost of health care
  • Scope and Flow Activities:

    • Planning Stage.

  • Planning Stage. Before the Virtual Needs Assessment can begin, Project C.U.R.E. needs to finalize the scope of the project, the major stakeholders, and any mirror facilities. Partner completes planning documents including a Project Information form, Virtual Needs Assessment Criteria form, and Advanced Surveys (if applicable with mirror facilities).
    • Stage 1:

  • Stage 1: Project Kick-Off Call. Once the planning stage is complete, this call begins the Virtual Needs Assessment and provides further detail on project requirements, timelines, and deliverables. Participants should include: main project contact(s), main contact(s) at recipient facility(s), main contact(s) at in-country funding partner, sponsor(s), Project C.U.R.E. client manager, Project C.U.R.E. Field Assessment Manager, and other relevant stakeholders.
    • Stage 2:

  • Stage 2: Partner Packet. Once Stage 1 is complete, Project C.U.R.E. submits Virtual Needs Assessment Partner Packet to the main project contacts. Partner reviews the package of documents that provides information on Project C.U.R.E., equipment/supplies expectations, cargo lists, and past-dated supplies. Approval of these documents must be given before next stage via a signed Virtual Assessment Approval Form.
    • Stage 3:

  • Stage 3: Virtual Needs Assessment. Partner conducts a virtual site assessment including a room-to-room video and photography tour. Partner completes the Needs Assessment Survey, Needs Assessment Report, and Media Package for all facilities in scope.
    • Stage 4:

  • Stage 4: Project Review & Summary. Project C.U.R.E. reviews all documents and media provided from the Virtual Needs Assessment and creates a brief Project Summary to provide to the partner.
    • Targeting Hospitals for Rehabilitation in Sudan
  • Khartoum Teaching Hospital
  • Wad Medani Teaching Hospital, Alwallidain Hospital
  • Bahry General Hospital
  • Mohamed Elman Pediatric Hospital (Omdurman Children hospital)
  • Sennar General Hospital
  • Singa General Hospital
  • Nyala General Hospital
  • Kassala General Hospital
  • Kouda General Hospital
  • Dongola general Hospital
  • Kaduqli General hospital
  • Almasulmia Medical Center
  • Alfashir General Hospital
  • Adalang General Hospital
  • Mother Baketa Hospital
  • Atbara General Hospital
  • Port Sudan Hospital
  • Ad-Damazin Hospital
  • Gaafar Bin Ouf Children’s hospital
  • Hospitals of National Organization for Social Security

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