MAMCI was established in 2007 with the aim to set up a health center in the remote and neglected region of Hayfield in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
The program included the collection of tag heuer replica sale redundant medical equipment from hospitals around Queensland, maintaining, repairing and distributing it along with spare parts, knowledge and training facilities to those communities who desperately needed them.
This is a Short Video of the MAMCI mission; it depicts hublot replica the health situation of the rural Papua New Guinean people.
The footage has been taken chanel replica during the investigation trip to the East Sepik district of PNG. The trip was conducted to assess and identify possible locations for a rural Medical
The MAMCI Co founders Achi Kushnir and Taewon Kong had seen the conditions of hospitals and communities firsthand. Equipped with their experience and their fake audemars piguet passion from their life changing journey, they realized how much this project can offer for students and young professionals who want to make a replica rolex for sale difference and further their own learning while bringing huge benefits to impoverished people who really rolex replica sale need a lot of help.
MAMCI Begins the 2008 Recruitment Campaign
The MAMCI team began to engage
students on the 23rd of February this year to broaden its
knowledge and experience base. Students that get involved
with MAMCI will bring new views and approaches to tackling
real world problems that effect so many lives
QUT Students Help MAMCI
Collect Useful Medical Equipment
- 06 September 2007
A group of QUT engineering students got
together last week to dismantle medical equipment donated by
a Queensland hospital that will be shipped to needy
communities in Papua New Guinea. The students belong to the QUT chapter of
Engineers without Borders whose MAMCI project is well underway to
deliver the life-saving equipment to hospitals in the Papua
East Sepik province.