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AMAF Update 2016

AMAF Radiothon 2016 was held on the 25th March (Good Friday) Annual Fund Raising event. I take this opportunity to thank you for your support in the past. I’m very proud that we are in a position to provide essential medical needs to our people in the North East of Sri Lanka. In our regular […]

2015 Projects Re-Cap!

Great work on our 2015 projects! You have made a massive difference! Here are a  list of projects that have helped our communities. We have had an excellent outcome on our 2015 projects and couldn’t have done it without your help. Project included: Cardiology Projects Donation of equipment and performance of cardiac procedures at Cardioloogy Unit, […]

Pathology Equipment Funding

Campaign Details Pathology Equipment Funding Enter your pledge amount $ Free – Purchase Checkout Added to cart Categories: Current Projects Donate now! Enter your pledge amount $ Free – Purchase Checkout Added to cart $ Updating Price … Small Moderate Recommended Featured Sponsered Willing to give something a little different? Select Payment Method PayPal Offline Donation Loading … Personal […]

Uruthrapuram Nutritious food project (Vanni region)

Uruthrapuram Nutritious food project (Vanni region) AMAF had funded the nutritious food program as providing lunch. Since the school started receiving some financial support from the GOSL, we have changed the program to provide breakfast. I wish to thank 2 (anonymous) donors who make regular contribution this projects.

Paraplegic projects: Through Sivan Arul Illam.

Paraplegic projects: Through Sivan Arul Illam We provided Rs. 4000 per month per person to look after their hygiene and urinary catheter care. At present AMAF is supporting 50 special need people. We have also built 10 wells for those people with special needs Current Cost at time of publishing – Rs. 2.4 Million per annum

Pre-intern program in Kilinochi and Mullaithevu district

Pre-intern program in Kilinochi and Mullaithevu district: COST: Rs. 3.5 Million AMAF had commence pre-intern program in 2011 with 6 pre-interns. AMAF now pays salary (Rs. 30,000 per pre-intern per month) to 11 pre-interns to be employed in remote areas of Kilinochi and Mullaithevu districts. These areas are unmanned by government doctors. This project is […]

Automated Blood Culture Machine: Jaffna University Infectious Disease department

Automated Blood Culture Machine: Jaffna University Infectious Disease department  Cost: Rs. 5.5 Million As per request from Dr. Mathy Ambalavanar, and with the recommendation of IMHO-USA, AMAF has funded 1st Automated Blood culture Machine in North East of SL. This machine will give a quick results of any blood infection for immediate and accurate treatment. […]

Supply Medical Equipment to 3 Hospitals

Medical Equipment to 3 hospitals: Puthukkudiyiruppu, Mullaithevu and Tellippalai Hospitals. Cost: Rs. 4.0 Million AMAF funded necessary medical equipment to 2 war affected Vanni hospitals (Puthukkudiyiruppu, Mullaithevu) and Tellippalai Hospital. In total there were 45 items costed Rs. 4.0 Million (approximately AUD$39,000) The medical equipment includes Multipara (cardiac) monitors Pathology equipment Equipment to Emergency Department […]

Doubling the capacity of Eye Clinic of the Jaffna Hospital

Doubling the capacity of Eye Clinic of the Jaffna Hospital: by donating necessary eye equipment. Cost: Rs. 12 Million Following a request from Dr. Malaravan (Ophthalmologist) AMAF agreed to fund the eye clinic of Jaffna hospital. It is indeed a partnership project with Local Rotary club of Kellyville, NSW. AMAF funded 50% of the project. […]