Public health emergency centers in Kenya need much more than ventilators. Many emergency departments do not even have the oxygen gas manifolds needed to deliver much-needed compressed air to their patients.
We are now working with a field partner, the Emergency Medical Kenya Foundation, to fundraise for a piped oxygen infrastructure program in Kenya.
EMKF has already equipped four Kenyan hospitals with oxygen gas manifolds, but has 20+ more requests from public emergency care centers and needs funding to complete these installations.
It costs about $5K to outfit one hospital’s emergency department with this oxygen system, so we could sponsor the entire Kenyan EMKF initiative for about $100K. But every dollar counts towards this goal of ensuring Air to All!
This is a great way for our community to come together and deliver air to where it’s needed most!
Go to airtoall.org/donate to help us deliver Air to Africa!