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Hello!!

Hello!!
This is what the hspital we will be working at from August 2011.

Hei!
Dette er hva hspital vi skal jobbe på fra august 2011.

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  • NEBOBONGOHOSPITAL
    VISIT WITH Drs. Jean-Claude and Christine BATANENI and Luc
  • DRC (ZAIRE)
  • DRC(http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2823.htm)
    Geography
    Location: Central Africa. Bordering nations--Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia.
    Area: 2,345,000 sq. km. (905,063 sq. mi.; about the size of the U.S. east of the Mississippi).
    Cities: Capital--Kinshasa (pop. 8 million).
    Regional capitals--Bandundu, Bukavu, Goma, Kananga, Kindu, Kisangani, Lubumbashi, Matadi, Mbandaka, Mbuji-Mayi.
    Terrain: Varies from tropical rainforests to mountainous terraces, plateaus, savannas, dense grasslands, and mountains.
    Climate: Equatorial; ranges from tropical rainforest in the Congo River basin, hot and humid in much of the north and west, cooler and drier in the south central area and the east.
  • People(http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2823.htm)
    Nationality: Noun and adjective--Congolese.
    Population (2010 est.): 68 million.Annual population growth rate (2008 est.): 3.24%.
    Ethnic groups: Approximately 250 African ethnic groups; the Luba, Kongo, and Anamongo are some of the larger groups.
    Religions: Christian 70% (Catholic 50%, Protestant 20%); Kimbanguist 10%; other sects and traditional beliefs 10%; Muslim 10%.
    Language: Official--French. National languages--Lingala, Swahili, Kikongo, Tshiluba.
    Education: Literacy (2008 est.)--French or local language: 55% (women), 76% (men). Schooling (2007 est.)--none 21%, primary 46%, secondary 30%, university 3%.
    Health (2007 est.): Infant mortality rate--92/1,000 live births. (USA infant mortality 6/1000 live births) Life expectancy (2008 est.)--51.3 yrs.
  • NEBOBONGO
  • ONE OF THE POOREST AREAS IN DRC
  • UNTREATED PEDIATRIC CASES
    Hydrocephalus
    Abdominal Tumor
  • WATER SOURCES, ARE THEY SAFE?
  • BRIEF HISTORY
    • Nebobongo Evangelical Hospital, was started in 1950’s by British missionary, Helen Roseveare, under WEC-Int’l (Worldwide Evangel for Christ). In 1964, rebels attacked the hospital, and Dr. Roseveare was arrested and brutally raped. Years later, she was able to return to DRC and forgive those who had physically violated her, without touching her soul.
    HELEN ROSEVEARE, PIONEER
    http://www.thetravelingteam.org/node/118 , http://www.truthorfiction.com/rumors/h/hotwaterbottle.htm
  • NEBOBONGO HOSPITAL
    WOMEN’S MED WARD
    MEN’S WARD (Med+Surgery)
    OPERATING ROOM
    OLD OR
    ADMIN
    MATERNITY
    PEDS WARD
    WOMEN’S SURG WARD
    OUTPAT. CLINIC
  • NEBOBONGO HOSPITAL
    100 Beds (~60% occupancy)
    Surgery & Gynecology, Pediatrics, Maternity and Internal Medicine and Dentistry
    Situated in Pawa health district
    population - 114,000
    Isiro, pop. 150,000 and other nearby health districts send patients to Nebobongo
  • STATISTICS
    In 2009 with only 1 recent medical school graduate and nurses, Nebobongo Hospital treated:
    11,000 patients
    2,600 hospitalizations
    402 deliveries
    478 major surgeries
    306 minor surgeries
  • Chaplaincy
    All our Patients are invited to attend at least one service where they can hear about the Lord at Nebobongo Hospital
    389 people received the Lord as their Savior while being treated at Nebobongo Hospital
    Though this is a major part of our mission, medical care is provided regardless of race, ethnicity, or religion
  • OPERATING ROOM
  • CURRENT STERILIZATION SYSTEM
  • MAIN STERILIZATION MEANS
  • WARDS
  • DELIVERY TABLES
  • MORNING STAFF MEETING
  • SOME MALNOURISHED CHILDREN
  • LACK OF EQUIPMENT AND MEDICINE
    What does it take to save a life? Certainly doctors and hospitals have the skills to do what it takes, but without the appropriate medical supplies they cannot do their job.
  • DIFFICULTY OF TRANSPORTATION
  • How to partner with us?
    • Operating equipment and improved sterilization service
    • Anesthesia equipment
    • X-Ray machine, Ultrasound, Endoscopic Equipment, Adapted Incubator(s)…
    • 8-10 Kva generator for emergencies
    • Patients’ wards improvement and equipment
    • Transportation
    • Supporting poor patients who can’t pay their hospital bills
  • Prayer requests
    Good transition and adjustment once back in Nebobongo
    Support for us and our ministry
    Improving our pharmacy with all essential medicines
    Good cooperation between staff for the advancement of the work in Nebobongo
    That we always serve the poor
    Having a permanent electricity source one day (government to make this happen one day)
    Good cooperation with the Government
  • THANKS!
  • If you wish to help financially
    Donations can be sent to
    CARES 
    6705 E. 81st Street, Suite 152
    Tulsa , Oklahoma   74133
    USA
    CARES is a 501 (c) (3) organization, registered with the IRS, that can provide a receipt for your taxes.
    CARES is a Christian Asset management corporation. It will receive donations, provide receipts for tax purposes and forward the funds to the Batanenis’ ministry in the DRC.
  • Donation Details
    Checks should be made out to CARES with a notation on the memo line in the lower left hand corner that the donation is for one of the following:
    1. “Bataneni’s building fund” to rehabilitate one of the old mission houses for the Bataneni family to live in (the most pressing need right now, so it will be ready for their move in the summer of 2011). Estimated cost $17,000.00 (U.S.)
    2. Bataneni family personal support (to supplement their income after they move to Nebobongo)
    3. Nebobongo Evangelical Hospital ministry support
    It is very important to make the notation on the memo line, since CARES manages donations and finances for other individuals and ministries.
  • For a end of year giving that will be counted as a 2010 donation, it needs to be received by CARES by December 30.
    Checks in the mail, received after that date will be credited as 2011 donations.
  • Contact us
    Jean Claude and Christine BATANENI
    jcbat25@gmail.com
    Or U.S. contact
    David Young, M.D.
    dvyfacs64@yahoo.com