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Australian Medical Aid Foundation (AMAF)

The Australian Medical Aid Foundation Ltd (AMAF) is a registered voluntary not for profit charitable organisation and a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID). The AMAF is a collective that includes medical and non-medical volunteers who share a vision of restoring and providing basic health care for those in need. Our major focus has been on North East Sri Lanka, a country ravaged by three decades of war, economic deprivation and natural disasters like the 2004 Tsunami, recurrent droughts and floods.

Our Current Projects

Flexible bronchoscopy

Donation of flexible bronchoscopy at the Kilinochchi District Hospital. Estimated Cost: A$19,000 (To be completed shortly)…

Donation of flexible bronchoscopy at the Kilinochchi District Hospital. Estimated Cost: A$19,000 (To be completed shortly)

Donation of flexible bronchoscopy at the Kilinochchi District Hospital. Estimated Cost: A$19,000

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Mobile medical outreach clinic

Support a mobile medical outreach clinic as part of Regional Director of Health Batticaloa. Estimated Cost:…

Support a mobile medical outreach clinic as part of Regional Director of Health Batticaloa.

Estimated Cost: A$7500

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Who Are We?

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We are a foundation built on the reputation of doctors alike helping communities less fortunate than us. Our aim is to supply medical aid, equipment, training and resources to those affected in war-affected countries. Medical supplies are vital to the wider community. We aim to achieve this.

Our Completed Projects

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Projects Implemented in 2019/2020

The Killinochi Hospital recently opened an Orthopedic department following the appointment of an orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Sutharshan.  AMAF with the help of Rotary Club jointly funded orthopaedic surgical equipment to the value of approximately $200,000.

Projects Implemented In 2018/2019

As per the World Health Organisation, 15% of waste generated by healthcare activities is “hazardous material that may be infectious, chemical or radioactive”. Hospitals commonly use medical incinerators to dispose of this waste safely. 

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