fact sheets

Man works on farm with soil in his handAgriculture facts

Our Food for Life program helps stop hunger in developing nations

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African woman celebrates after having obstetric fistula surgeryObstetric Fistula facts

A devastating pregnancy-related disability that can be repaired—and prevented

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Volunteer dental staff looks at an African child's teethOral health facts

Programs to help the dental and oral diseases people face in developing nations

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African child testing vision after cataract surgeryOphthalmic facts

How we help the blind and visually impaired in developing nations

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Surgeon operates on a small child's footSurgery facts

Why the need is so extreme, and how we bring hope and healing

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African child smiles and gives thumbs up onboard shipValues facts

The situation, our mission, vision and values

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Volunteer Mercy Ships nurse laughs with African patientMercy Ships facts

Fundamental information about our organization, programs and ships

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Africa Mercy hospital ship in portAfrica Mercy facts

Details about our floating hospital ship and its facilities and features

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Press Releases

Madagascar Welcomes Mercy Ships and Eight Months of Free Surgeries, Oct, 30

Volunteer medical professionals to provide more than 1,700 surgeries, 8,000 dental procedures and healthcare education programs  Toamasina, Republic of Madagascar, October 28, 2014: Amidst celebrations, His Excellency President Hery Rajaonarimampianina and his wife, Voahangy Rajaonarimampianina, along with Prime Minister Roger Kolo and his wife, Zakia Katoun, personally welcomed the world’s largest civilian hospital ship into … Continued

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