There are many projects that we are involved in at The Duncan

EDUCATE-GIRLS

Lift a girl - give her a future

For many girls living in this remote part of India, a future career is something they would often only dream of aspiring to, often being sold into marriage as young as 12 years old. You can change this by funding nursing training for a young woman living in the community. This will make a dramatic difference to her hopes and aspirations, also helping bring change to her family and community.”

Just £757 can pay for one year of study for a girl in this remote part of Bihar.

Help us pay for vital baby equipment

Babies born prematurely do not have enough fat to regulate their body temperature and often die, with 450 premature babies dying every hour across the world. India has the highest rate of pre-term baby deaths in the world but most of these deaths can be prevented. Life-saving baby equipment such as phototherapy machines, infant warmers, and o2 machines, can prevent such unnecessary deaths. You can fund vital baby equipment for this hospital, such as an infant warmer that costs only £912.”

The total for these pieces of equipment is £10,800.

 

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New Nursing School - next big project

Since the Duncan Hospital Charitable Trust began in 2011 we have funded 7 new buildings. The latest one to open was the new MacDonald Building which provides male staff accommodation. This was opened in February 2020 the next big project is the building of the much anticipated Nursing School building which we are part-funding with EMMS as it is such a large project.

Since the Duncan Hospital Charitable Trust began in 2011 we have funded 7 new buildings. The latest one to open was the new MacDonald Building which provides male staff accommodation. This was opened in February 2020 the next big project is the building of the much anticipated Nursing School building which we are part-funding with EMMS as it is such a large project.

Old versus the new - a huge step forwards

We and all the staff, are very excited about the new Nursing School Project. As it is a huge underaking we are joining forces with EMMS to help fund this new building. Currently on hold untill the coronavirus Pandemic is under control, it is hoped that work will commence as soon as possible. The current Nursing School is in a very damp old building that floods for much of the year and is really unsuitable for purpose. The new building (projected below) is a much-anticpated addition to the hospital's infrastructure.

The current Nursing School The new Nursing School project
EDUCATE-GIRLS

Lift a girl - give her a future

For many girls living in this remote part of India, a future career is something they would often only dream of aspiring to, often being sold into marriage as young as 12 years old. You can change this by funding nursing training for a young woman living in the community. This will make a dramatic difference to her hopes and aspirations, also helping bring change to her family and community.”

Just £757 can pay for one year of study for a girl in this remote part of Bihar.

PHOTO-UNITS

Help us pay for vital baby equipment

Babies born prematurely do not have enough fat to regulate their body temperature and often die, with 450 premature babies dying every hour across the world. India has the highest rate of pre-term baby deaths in the world but most of these deaths can be prevented. Life-saving baby equipment such as phototherapy machines, infant warmers, and o2 machines, can prevent such unnecessary deaths. You can fund vital baby equipment for this hospital, such as an infant warmer that costs only £912.”

The total for these pieces of equipment is £10,800.

 

buildings-proj-

New Nursing School - next big project

Since the Duncan Hospital Charitable Trust began in 2011 we have funded 7 new buildings. The latest one to open was the new MacDonald Building which provides male staff accommodation. This was opened in February 2020 the next big project is the building of the much anticipated Nursing School building which we are part-funding with EMMS as it is such a large project.

Since the Duncan Hospital Charitable Trust began in 2011 we have funded 7 new buildings. The latest one to open was the new MacDonald Building which provides male staff accommodation. This was opened in February 2020 the next big project is the building of the much anticipated Nursing School building which we are part-funding with EMMS as it is such a large project.

Old versus the new - a huge step forwards

We and all the staff, are very excited about the new Nursing School Project. As it is a huge underaking we are joining forces with EMMS to help fund this new building. Currently on hold untill the coronavirus Pandemic is under control, it is hoped that work will commence as soon as possible. The current Nursing School is in a very damp old building that floods for much of the year and is really unsuitable for purpose. The new building (projected below) is a much-anticpated addition to the hospital's infrastructure.

The current Nursing School The new Nursing School project

FACES OF THE DUNCAN

The staff, locals and patients are what makes The Duncan unique

FACES OF THE DUNCAN

The staff, locals and patients are what makes The Duncan unique