Support Our Work

As instructors, we give our time freely, but travel to poorly resourced areas of the world is costly and we do not wish to be a financial burden to our hosts.

A group of 5-7 instructors can train as many as 48 candidates in Neonatal Care over the course of a week, as well as selecting and training up to 8 local health professionals to become course instructors.

As well as funding international instructors, we contribute towards the expenses of local instructors and towards the travel expenses of the course candidates, many of whom make difficult journeys from remote areas to undertake training.

We provide training materials, books, photocopied worksheets, and resuscitation equipment, which we leave with the local team for clinical use or on-going training.

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Regular donations

Even a modest amount donated regularly helps us to plan our work more effectively.

Find our regular donor form here.  Click on the "Donate Now" button for links to our JustGiving site and Paypal and please do tick the Gift Aid box if you can.

Single Donations & Major Gifts

Any donation to NICHE International contributes to our work saving and improving the lives of babies and children through the education and empowerment of local healthcare professionals.

A major gift will provide crucial core funding for our projects. Your gift will ensure the long term sustainability of our work.

Fundraising

Take part in an organised run, swim or cycle.  Hold a sale of work.  Host a soup lunch.  There are countless ways to raise funds for NICHE and have fun at the same time.  Take a look at https://www.charitychallenge.com/ and get planning!

Legacies

If you would like to leave a gift in your will, we recommend you speak to your solicitor, who will need the following details:

NICHE International, 66 Ambler Road, London N4 2QR

Registered as a CIO 1174977 in England

How Your Money Can Help…

£3 buys a paediatric oxygen mask, for seriously unwell babies and children in hospital
£5 will buy a stethoscope, vital for measuring a baby’s heart rate at birth
£13 will provide a bag valve mask with which to resuscitate a newborn baby
£15 covers the cost of one training manual full of information on the care of the newborn infant which the candidate keeps for clinical use and reference after the course
£130 is the cost of Basic Life Support training manikins which we use to train health workers to resuscitate newborns.  These manikins continue to be used for training purposes in poorly resourced areas by the local health professionals who have become instructors.
£160 buys a pulse oximeter, a non-invasive tool to measure blood oxygen levels and heart rate.  Vital for monitoring a sick baby with pneumonia.
£1000 would cover the cost of travel, accommodation and insurance for one international volunteer instructor to deliver training to healthcare professionals in Cameroon.

 

*Costs are approximate, subject to inflation and currency fluctuation.

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...and thank you for all your help!