AMURT Nigeria Annual Report Published for 2017 – Read the highlights

AMURT Nigeria has just released their annual report for 2017 outlining all their amazing work and achievements they have made mainly in the area of maternal and newborn health. The staff works tirelessly to save lives and demonstrate huge commitment to their patients. One of the key achievements is that the maternal mortality ratio in their project area is now …

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AMURT Nigeria Needs our Help: Lassa Virus Outbreak & state wide shortage of HIV drugs

There are two emergencies that AMURT Nigeria need our help with NOW Lassa Fever outbreak in Ebonyi state It has already killed several health workers in the government hospitals. As a result the Federal Teaching Hospital and one of the big mission hospitals in the south are closed.  AMURT Nigeria health centres need to take precautions to protect their own health workers …

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London Feeding Programme 6 years

For 6 years since November 2011, AMURT UK has served food to the homeless on a weekly basis, in central London. The initiative started and grew from Occupy London, which established a temporary camp outside St Paul’s Cathedral between October 2011 – February 2012. The camp housed members of the public including many homeless. Once a week AMURT UK prepared …

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Liverpool Autumn 2017 Update

English Classes Since early October AMURT North West UK has offered volunteer-run English classes to the asylum seekers and refugees in Liverpool from their office with the help of David Shuttleworth who saw a need for classes in the area: “The English classes at  AMURT are a vital lifeline, as there are little or no opportunities for newly arrived asylum …

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Portugal – Devastating fire

On 15th October 2017 there was a massive fire in Portugal. Hundreds of thousands of hectares burned, over 50 people were killed and thousands of people lost their homes, possessions and livelihoods. Donate here: AMURT UK is fundraising for the redevelopment of the area of Portugal around Benfeita, Arganil where many villages were badly affected by the fire. This region is home …

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AMURT Nigeria – conflict in Ebonyi and Cross River State

Since January 2017 violence has escalated between villages, in August AMURT’s Offia Oji health centre was attacked and set on fire. 1200 families, 5000 children displaced by violent communal conflict *URGENT* need for *medical care* *food aid* *reconstruction of destroyed clinic and hundreds of homes* Donations are urgently needed for food, medicines and medical supplies The humanitarian crisis in …

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Flooding in Houston

Hurricane Harvey and Houston Flooding

Harvey began as a major category four hurricane – the first to make landfall in the US in 12 years. It has the potential for very dramatic flooding with forecasts saying that up to 40in (1m) of rain could fall in some areas of the middle and upper Texas coast. Such precipitation could trigger flooding in low-lying areas and near …

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Igbo Cultural and Support Network in London Donation

AMURT UK are delighted to announce that the London based Igbo Cultural and Support Network (ICSN) have generously donated £1295.29 to AMURT’s Maternal and Newborn Health Programme in Rural Ebonyi State, Nigeria. We are truly grateful to be chosen by the ICSN at this time. With this donation, we are now better placed to support the wonderful work that …

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Nepal Earthquake 2015

Nepal Earthquake Relief

Please visit for up to date information on AMURT’s relief and rehabilitation projects in Nepal.

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