The Kimberley Phase 2 completion for burn survivors is a significant achievement in the field of burn treatment and rehabilitation. The Kimberley Hospital also known as the Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe Hospital is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to providing comprehensive care to children who have suffered from burn injuries.
The completion of this project signifies a major milestone in the treatment of burn survivors, as it offers a range of advanced medical and surgical treatments, as well as psychological and emotional support through the Umatter program , to help children recover from their injuries and move on with their lives. With the completion of the Kimberley Phase 2 project, burn survivors now have access to some of the most advanced treatment and rehabilitation options available, helping them to achieve the best possible outcomes and improve their quality of life.
Burn injuries can be incredibly devastating and often require specialized medical care, including the use of laser technology to help promote healing and reduce scarring. Many hospitals and organizations around the world work to provide this type of care and support to burn survivors, as well as to raise awareness about the importance of burn prevention.
This donation of the laser machine will play a vital role in helping burn survivors with their scarring by providing advanced laser treatments to promote healing and reduce the impact of burn injuries. We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Nelson Mandela Hospital and the Smile Foundation to make a difference in the lives of burn survivors, and we look forward to seeing the positive impact this donation will have.
We would like to express our sincerest gratitude for your generous donors, Amzak Capital, Hinojosa Design Studio, Cento Capital towards our organization’s fundraising campaign. Thanks to your generous donation, we were able to complete the Kimberley phase 2 and achieve our goal of providing a new burn ward to the Kimberley community.