My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Global Flying Hospitals, Macau SAR, , Macau
It was in 2006 that I was first introduced to Neill Newton and Global Flying Hospitals.
From the outset on hearing from Neill and the outline / vision he had for GFH, my family and I knew this was an organisation that would be a world leader in the provision of medical care and medicinal training to the parts of the world that are not with the luxuries that others have available.
We knew that Neill had the vision.
We also knew that GFH is something that is needed in this ailing world.
The ability to quickly and efficiently get mobile clinics to the remote parts of the world that are in dire need of such help and support. To get leaders from their speciality fields of medicine to locations elsewhere in the world to not just perform but to also be the teachers of others, is a big, bold vision.
But that vision is achievable.
The required professionals are there....
The tools and equipment to make this happen are there....
And the people requiring this care are definitely there.
The business model of using versatile C-130 aircraft and mobile/deployable hospitals is solid and sound.
The solution will be life changing for many. It will bring not just life but also hope to the people that are desperately requiring this help.
The ability to load, transport and then unload/setup a state of the art medical facility in a location that would never have this sort of capability will impact the lives of many.
I take my hat off to Neill for sticking to the GFH vision through the hard years.
This is one organisation that I put 100% support behind and I look forward to seeing that large bright butterfly on the tail of many aircraft.
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