Weʼve raised £0 to To acquire a retired US naval aircraft carrier and convert it into a hospital ship to respond natural and man-made disasters
- Southeast Asia
- Closed on Friday, 22nd September 2017
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An International self-sustaining medical, educational, and humanitarian relief facility on a ship that provides timely and appropriate services to beneficiaries in Asia Pacific Rim with emphasis I in the Philippines and other countries where there is a need. It is also a facility that is engage in an ongoing research on related issues.
It is an organization that provided free essential and immediate medical, educational and humanitarian relief assistance to victims of natural and man-made disasters.
To acquire and maintain a decommissioned US aircraft carrier that is converted into a mobile hospital that will be based in Subic Bay, Philippines and operated from Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
To raise the following amount;
US$1 as monthly donation fee of the retired ship
US$ 2.5 million as berthing fee from US Navy shipyard
US$ 250 million for converting the retired US Navy aircraft carrier or amphibious carrier into a mobile hospital ship to respond to humanitarian natural and man-made disasters.
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MANUEL STA ROMANA JR,M.D., MA
Our Vision International self-sustaining medical, humanitarian relief facility on a hospital ship to beneficiaries in Asia Pacific and to all countries we are needed Mission To provide free essential medical, educational, humanitarian assist. to man-made, natural disasters