November 14, 2019, expectations were met when a group of volunteers loaded about 900+ boxes worth of medical supplies at Mission Regan in McKinney, Texas headed to Zimbabwe. Our goal is to ship a 53 ft container by the end of first quarter 2020.
There continues to be a healthcare crisis in Zimbabwe and the impoverished citizens are in dire need of healthcare services. The donated medical supplies will be going to G & N Mission Hospital & Mount Saint Mary’s Mission Hospital and through their efforts, we intent to provide ongoing quarterly One Day Clinics at their hospitals.
A team of medical professionals working with Queen Centers For Hope out of Dallas, Texas will travel to Zimbabwe in June 2020, for One Day Clinics to help provide free healthcare services to the impoverished citizens.THE PLAN
The plan is to work with volunteer medical professionals; doctors/nurses/pharmacists/mental health counselors who will provide their free service during the One Day Clinics.
Wherever possible, the medical professionals will provide home health care to the less privileged, bed ridden in the poverty-stricken villages. HOW YOU CAN HELP
We are looking for medical health professionals to volunteer for the One Day Clinics. Kindly register with us to help our citizens: Sign Up To Volunteer
To our Sponsors across the globe, we are asking for your financial help to ship the container with the donated medical supplies that includes but not limited to; wheel chairs, latex gloves, needles/syringes bandages, walkers, canes, umbilical catheters, IV catheters, fuel and allowances for our volunteers as well as traveling costs. Donations can be received through this GoFundMe page.WHAT’S THE NEED FOR?
Through sponsorship and donations, we intent to ship the 53 ft container loaded with medical supplies by the end of November 2019 and cover for transport for our volunteers traveling in June 2020. We intent to provide basic allowances to our volunteers to meet travel and food costs during the One Day Clinics. OUR TEAM IN ZIMBABWE
We will work with our network of volunteers led by Dr. Leonard Makoni who continue to assist and help us through our volunteer work. We have great trust in their ability to deliver and help us reach our goals and mission. TRANSFER OF FUNDS
We will use either Western Union, World Remit, or Mukuru.com to transfer all the donated funds to Zimbabwe.OUR ORGANIZATION
Queen Centers For Hope was founded by Dr. Praxidia Taruwinga-Masenda
and one of her visions is to be of service to the less privileged. She has volunteered in Zimbabwe, especially in rural clinics, rural hospitals and rural areas where she witnessed first-hand the deterioration of the healthcare system. Hence her drive to start the drive for medical supplies donations to rural clinics/hospitals in Zimbabwe and on-going one day clinics.
With a team of volunteers, they have secured medical supplies ready to ship for Zimbabwe and they are coordinating one day clinics with an intent to service rural less privileged populations as an ongoing project in Zimbabwe beginning June 2020.