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    Weʼve raised £0 to For the Bansang Hospital Appeal - The Gambia - Raising money for the equipment needed for an audiology unit.

    Rushden Northants
    Closed on Friday, 27th October 2017

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    I am a member of the "Rotary Club of Rushden" We are trying to raise this £6200 to fund the equipment required to set up an audiology unit for "Bansang Hospital" in a remote part of the Gambia in Africa. The hospital is trying to serve 600,000 people in their district. They have no facilities for those people with hearing problems. The hospital has been helped by Anita Smith of Northamptonshire since the 1990's who has regular contact with them, supplemented by visits to the hospital on a regular basis. Your help would be most appreciated to what is an urgent need in an area that badly needs support.

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        Rick Nunley

        Rick Nunley

        Rushden Northants

        I am a member of the "Rotary Club of Rushden" and for 2017/18 I have the responsibility for fundraising for International good causes. Every penny we raise will go directly to the hospital through the organisation in the UK that looks after the appeal.

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