MMS Ambatolahy

Our MMS in Ambatolahy, 2 days drive from Tana near the west coast of Madagascar, was a great success.

Our team carried out a record number of interventions, partly due to the unique benefit of having two rooms to do surgical operations simultaneously.

MMS Ankavandra

MMS Ankavandra took place from August 8th to August 12th, with a team of 7 Medical Staff and 2 Pastors. Although the mission started with some problems with overloaded power generators, good cooperation with the Authorities and locals meant that the equipment was soon in place.  Pastors minister to a new believer following a medical…

MMS Marolambo

Our departure for Marolambo was delayed by 3 hours because of bad weather, there were a lot of clouds and we had a hard time landing too, but thank God we arrived safely. When we arrived, it was raining heavily and it was very cold, but that didn’t stop our team from installing equipment and…

MMS Sahakevo

Jandoy had been told to expect a baby in June 2021. By the time the HoverAid medical mission arrived in Sahakevo in May 2022 there were concerns that the baby was somewhat overdue! Fortunately with the aid of our portable scanner we were able to diagnose an ovarian cyst filled with approximately 7 litres of water.…

Ambatolahy to the Pangalene canal

Friday morning at Ambatolahy. Maholy dispensing medicines to people who have been waiting patiently for many hours, only partly sheltered from the nights ferocious storms… The team dry Matresses and Bedding after a tropical storm raged through the night. Bruno the boat captain for today’s journey up the Pangalene canal. Lots of pushing and pulling the…

Olga’s Story

11-year-old girl Rasoanantenaina Olga from needed our help. She had osteitis on her leg, and it had become irretrievably infected, requiring amputation. The only way was to evacuate her from her village, Marolambo, back to the hospital in Tana. Without this, her life was in danger. We arranged for the surgery, and our friends at…

THANK YOU – Appeal for Medical Equipment

Thanks to the generosity of many of our supporters, we have been able to purchase a bistouri-electrique-erbe-icc-300 for our MMS teams. This wondrous electronic device enables cutting, coagulation, and cauterisation for medical operations “on site” in isolated communities, and is already in use on our Medical Safaris in Madagascar. As the Appeal raised almost £2,000,…