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Medical Missions to Africa

Wings of Healing started medical missions in Ethiopia in 2011. We conducted 2 medical missions a year till 2015. In 2016, we conducted 3 medical missions. Since January 2017, we conduct 8-10 missions a year. Up till February 2020, we carried in total 35 missions. We treated more than 2500 women with pelvic organ prolapse and over 100 women with different types of gynaecological cancers.

Doctors Training & Screening - common conditions

We have been doing cervical screening to diagnose precancerous conditions of the cervix and treat them. We have trained a number of nurses and provided a number of cryocautery equipment. This has become a very important part of our work. Cervical cancer is the commonest gynaecological cancer in Ethiopia.

Supporting Egyptian Charities - refugees & homeless children

Volunteer medical professionals have stepped forward to provide check-ups and encouragement for good health habits for children who attend Stephen’s Children’s sports camps, as well as our schools. For most of the children, it is the first time they have been seen by a doctor or dentist. read more

How is your money spent

Help for cause

Wings of Healing are currently supporting a number of Charities in Egypt. One of them is focusing on education and health for the underprivileged children and the other is focusing on providing financial support for the Sudanese refugees in obtaining health treatment. The main focus of the Charity is to provide health screening and treatment for many gynaecological conditions in Ethiopia. The team carried out 3 missions in 2016 and there are plans to increase the number of missions to four a year. Some of them may last for 3 weeks. Screening for cervical cancer is our main focus. The Charity will provide facilities and training to many local gynaecologists for screening and treatment for cervical abnormalities.

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About us

The team of August 2018 mission to Addis Ababa. The team is committed to continue with at least 2 medical missions a year to Ethiopia.

Letter of appreciation from the Aksum University

Letter of appreciation 2017

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“Breaking News”

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Thank you

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