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Most of us take the availability of anaesthesia for granted. But millions of people in the developing world are not so fortunate. In poor countries, many hospitals lack suitable anaesthetic equipment, medicines and trained staff. Imagine needing an amputation or a Caesarean section without anaesthesia?


Without anaesthesia emergency operations cannot be performed and many patients do not survive, especially women in childbirth and children. Safe Anaesthesia Worldwide was formed to ensure that the benefits of anaesthesia are available wherever needed so that patients can receive the treatment they need, safely and painlessly.


Please help us to supply vital medical equipment and training to people in need and save lives by making a donation online now or visiting our fundraising pages to see how you can help. Thank you

Delivering safe anaesthesia to the world's poorest people

Contact us at: Safe Anaesthesia Worldwide

Email info@safe4all.org.uk

White Lyon House, Marden, Kent, TN12 9DR, UK.

Registered Charity Number 1148254


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Our congratulations to Matthew Neighbour who reached the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania in a sponsored climb to raise funds for SAWW. Matthew raised over £1000 so a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who sponsored him. The funds will be used to help supply vital equipment to hospitals in need in Liberia.

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Oxygen for the Gambia

Thank you to everyone who helped our latest appeal to raise funds to supply essential equipment for Bansang Hospital in the Gambia. The generous donations received have enabled us to send equipment that will save patients' lives and enable anaesthesia for emergency surgery at all times. THANK YOU

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How much will you raise?


  • £160 will provide a Lifebox pulse oximeter, to ensure the safety of anaesthetised patients.


  • £1200 provides a concentrator to generate a reliable supply of oxygen inexpensively from the air.


  • £3000 will provide a portable anaesthetic machine that does not require electricity and will work in the low-resource setting of a developing world hospital.


  • Raise £13,000 and you could supply a hospital with a complete anaesthesia system for use in operating theatre and intensive care settings - transforming the lives of many people.

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