Professor Shafi Ahmed is a humanitarian that cares passionately about global health and inequality. He has visited over 30 countries including war zones and works with organisations to help combat medical crisis on a worldwide scale.
Lives in Gaza have been turned upside down due to ongoing conflict and recent air strikes. Professor Shafi Ahmed and his team pulled together to provide people and children in need with basic food and aid packages. Providing life saving care and helping people to rebuild their livelyhood; our focus is on priority needs such as shelter, bedding and food products. Resources in Gaza are under stress due to lack of medical supplies and staff shortages, every little bit we can do helps a family in need.
Providing support to vulnerable people through donations, our team aims to help combat as many crisis worldwide as we can. With your donations we can provide food and aid to those who need it most. Every donation, big or small makes a difference to someone's life.
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In April, 2019 the first surgical master class was implemented in Gaza at the Shifa Hospital. Lectures were followed by a live surgery which were relayed live to the classroom for students to learn from.
'5 Billion people have no access to safe surgery' - Professor Shafi Ahmed discusses how to combat these needs on BBC World News. His aim is to offer people access to basic surgical techniques.
Consulting with surgeons in London, India and the USA - live from theatre. Each surgeon can access a patients records and see each others feeds whilst being avatars all over the world.