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A unique hospital ship offering lifesaving surgery sets sail for the poorest of the poor in Africa. They have just one year to do the impossible – to provide the care these people cannot get any other way. On board are volunteer doctors and nurses - now headed straight for the biggest medical and ethical challenges of their lives. Ahead lies unbelievable illnesses, many they have never seen outside of textbooks. A dramatic journey is underway as they deal with life and death cases and balance the fates of patients in their hands.

When Satou was just 3 years old, her legs began to bend. Her family could barely afford food every day — let alone an expensive surgery. Without access to treatment, her condition got worse over the years. After hearing about the arrival of a hospital ship in Senegal, Satou’s mother brought her on board to receive free, life-changing surgery.

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Paul Bernard was just five years old when he suffered severe burns across his face and upper body. Without access to medical care, his burns didn’t heal properly, costing him the mobility of his arm. After the accident, his life was anything but normal as he faced many physical limitations. At age 11, Paul Bernard's life was restored thanks to his free surgery on board the Africa Mercy.

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Despite the many changes taking place over the past year, Mercy Ships is still actively working towards our mission of providing hope and healing on the African continent. Watch as Mercy Ships volunteer anesthesiologist Dr. Sarah Kwok partners with CURE International in Uganda to touch the lives of patients like Richard, a baby with a life-threatening condition.

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What started as a toothache for Ly Cheick grew into a painful facial tumour. However, after he was examined at the Gamal dental school in Guinea, Ly Cheick was able to get his surgery scheduled and performed by local surgeon and Mercy Ships partner Professor Raphiou Diallo — before his tumour turned into something larger. This is strengthening health care systems in action!

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