Solidarity work

Solidarity work

For forty years, Dr. Martín Duce has carried out different missionary activities in Africa, working as a surgeon in a hospital in the jungle of Ghana. He is one of the first collaborators of Doctors Without Borders Spain. In 2015 he founded a missionary aid and awareness group that promotes activities to raise funds to help the Hispanic-Congolese NGO Kivuvu. Since then, a school with 350 poor children has been built and maintained; a nursing school, brought drinking water to 20,000 people and is building the First Maternal and Child Hospital in the DR of Congo. Part of the fundus get at the Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery Unit are destinated to these projects.

Ways to collaborate:
  • Dissemination or participation in our events (paddle tournament, Art exhibitions, Christmas lottery).
  • Sponsorship of a child's annual schooling (120 € per Year).
  • Formation of groups interested in receiving cardiopulmonary resuscitation courses.
  • Buying "Vocabuleando", cult vocabulary learning exercise books. Perfects for schoolchildren, university students and Spanish students.
  • Donations.

    To request the books or make donations, contact:
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College students in the Congo

Construction of the Matari Maternal and Child Hospital

One of the streets leading to the Matari Maternal and Child Hospital is dedicated to its promoter, Dr. Martín Duce

We protect and teach boys and girls from the age of 4, including vocational training and university nursing studies

Works of the Matari Children's Hospital in the Congo D.R.

Students of the Nursing Faculty in the Congo D.R.

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