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Our Appeals and projects

St Mark Universal Copts Care is a charity founded by young people who have come together to support the most deprived areas of Egypt and Sudan. These are some of our appeals and projects.

Coptic Christian Bus Attack Appeal

We have launched an appeal to provide vital aid for families affected by the brutal attack on a bus carrying Coptic Christians to the Monastery of St Samuel the Confessor in Upper Egypt on 25 May.

Full details of our Bus Attack Appeal

Medications Programme

  1. 1000 prescription per month distributed to chronically ill patients below the poverty line in Egypt and Sudan
  2. Quarterly Audit on medication distribution process was performed by StMUCC's UK Office
  3. International Health Partnership (IHP); Europe's largest coordinator of donated medicines – 3 Years’ Agreement

Full details of our innovative Healthcare programme

Se7aty Project (Egypt)

Working to develop 4 international hospitals and 3 medical centres. This is estimated to benefit around 25 m patients annually. This is expected to take three to four years with an estimated cost of LE 170 million Egyptian and a further LE 80 million for equipment and apparatus.

  1. The Good Shepherd Hospital in Elbehera
  2. North Giza Hospital
  3. Maghagha Hospital for Treatment of Liver and Kidneys Diseases
  4. Qus Hospital
  5. Aswan Medical Centre
  6. Outpatient Clinincs and Incubators in Faquos
  7. St George Medical Centre in Der Mowas

More details about our Hospital Appeal.

Phoenix Programme (UK)

The Phoenix Project aims to provide much needed mobility/independent living aides to disabled people and people living with long-term health conditions who are supported by St Mark Universal Copts Care through our overseas projects in the Middle East. The Phoenix Project first container will be delivered to Syrian refugees in Jordan’s camps by mid-December 2016.

The Phoenix Project

Medical Training

  1. 1st Medical Training took place on 29th & 30th of October 2016: 8 Consultants in 6 different specialities
  2. Two more Medical Training will be provided in 2017

Nurses Training

Liaising with UK Universities to form a train a trainer programme in which Egyptian nurses will be trained to be trainers so that we can provide more regular trainings to Egyptian nurses