Celebrating the wedding of: John Morrice and Joanne Robertson on 08/09/2010
£2,753.00 raised of £1,500.00 target
£2,753.00 raised so far
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As many of you will know I (John) worked as a paediatric doctor with VSO in Malawi in 2001. One of the things that took a bit of getting used to was that children die in Africa. Children rarely die here in the UK.
There are many reasons for the difference in mortality rates. Families are much poorer, children often malnourished and are frequently delayed in arriving at the hospital until they are really very sick. I realised then that we were not very good at treating these children on arrival.
I was really interested then when I heard about these ETAT (emergency, triage, assessent, treatment) courses, developed in Malawi, and now being rolled out to other countries by WHO, which train local health porfessionals in the recognition and treatment of really sick children as well as how to organise their emergency departments. It has been proven to work in reducing child deaths.
Childrens Medical Care Malawi is a charity run by a group of paediatricians all of whom have lived and worked in Malawi. We would like to train more clinicians in "ETAT". I taught on a courses in Malawi in 2008. We would really like to enable more Malawians to take a lead on this and help them to adequately stock their A&E departments. Doing things that you and I take for granted here in the UK.
Have a look at the website http://childrensmedicalcaremalawi.org.uk/ for more details.
I hope you will agree that this is a far better cause than that John Lewis gift list!
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Charity Registration No. SC040448
Children's Medical Care Malawi aims to improve healthcare for children throughout Malawi. It works in partnership with Malawian healthcare providers to support healthcare worker training and improve local facilities, providing key skill and equipment needed to save the lives of sick children.
A little help for your big help from your tenants!
Donation by Luigi Sedda on 04/07/11
Hi guys, We loved sharing your special day, glad to also be able to encourage the previous guests that there are yet more disorganised people!
Donation by stephen smith on 04/02/11
I see I easily hold the record for the most tardy donation. Pre-China disorganisation. I enjoyed the 28th a lot. I hope the honeymoon was great!
Donation by David Knight on 03/02/11
Glad to see Mr McCracken was as tardy as me getting a gift sorted! A very fine wedding day it was although too many jambo references for my liking!
Donation by on 19/01/11
Fantastic day guys! Can't wait to hear about the safari! All our love, Dave and Caroline McCracken
Donation by David McCracken on 19/01/11
Jo and John. Great wedding. Ever best wish for now and the future. Lorn and Cath Macneal
Donation by Catharine MACNEAL on 07/01/11
The photos of the day look great!! Hope you are having a lovely honeymoon.
Donation by Paul Gossip on 07/01/11
+ £14.10 Gift Aid
Many congratulations to you both. Ann & Bobby
Donation by Robert Robertson on 07/01/11
Congratulations and all the very best for the future. Anne & Dave McGregor
Donation by Anne McGregor on 05/01/11
Have a wonderful married life together.
Donation by Roz & David Barclay on 04/01/11
Congratulations to you both.
Donation by Andrew, Sarah, Peter, Anna and Matthew on 03/01/11
Many congratulations to a special couple. May all your plans be richly blessed. John and Jean Barclay
Donation by john barclay on 28/12/10
+ £8.46 Gift Aid
Love celebrating your marriage and reducing world poverty this way! Just delighted that you have found each other: God bless on your journey ahead.
Donation by Martin and Kath Williamson on 27/12/10
+ £5.64 Gift Aid
Very best wishes to both of you. God bless, Ian & Emma
Donation by Ian Gall on 27/12/10
Dear John and Joanne, Congratulations, this may be your biggest adventure yet! Wishing you health, love and happiness for the future x
Donation by Alison Macleod on 27/12/10
Wishing you both all the very best for your future together. Looking forward to sharing your big day with you both. Love Phil & Cara
Donation by Phil Ross on 27/12/10
Joanne & John - very best wishes for your wedding day and many happy years to follow - looking forward to celebrating with you, love Gerry & Carol
Donation by Gerry McAnally on 27/12/10
To John & Joanne - wishing you every blessing in your future life together. Love Martin, Julia & Harris
Donation by Julia Kelly on 27/12/10
Wishing you both a very happy marriage.See you Tuesday,weather permitting,lots of love from Aunty Margaret, Uncle Jack, David, Iain and Fiona
Donation by Margaret Robinson on 26/12/10
With much love from Sarah, Graham, Cameron and Louise xxxx
Donation by Sarah Syers on 26/12/10
To Joanne & John wishing you every happiness, Aunt Nanette
Donation by A W Mutch on 25/12/10
Every Blessing, Anne McTaggart
Donation by Anne McTaggart on 25/12/10
Sure you will have a memorable day. All the best for the future
Donation by Niti & Mamta on 24/12/10
+ £28.21 Gift Aid
Congratulations to you both. Hope you have a fantastic day! Wishing you all the best for a very happy future together x
Donation by Laura Harrison on 23/12/10
God bless. Hope to see you on the big day (weather permitting)
Donation by John & Pat Hetherington on 21/12/10
- * Online donations£2,753.00
- Offline donations£0.00
- Text donations£0.00
- Total raised£2,753.00
- Gift Aid£662.06
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