HITA e.V. supports health systems in rural areas of Africa. With a focus on Ghana, HITA e.V. uses modern information and communication technologies to sustainably support and improve the training of non-medical personnel.
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You can specifically help ship urgently needed hospital beds to Ghana. The beds are ready. The transport must now still be financed. Your donation can make this possible.
Find out about the project here:
The delivery of several hundred hospital beds is intended to counteract the shortage of beds in Ghanaian hospitals and health posts.
Together with the Catholic University College of Ghana, Fiapre, Sunyani, Ghana, West Africa, HITA e.V., St. Vincenz Kliniken and Hartmann International in Paderborn, several hundred hospital beds are shipped to Ghana, where they are then distributed to various recipients.
However, the beds are not only delivered, but also introduced into the clinic operations on a sustainable basis based on a special concept together with the partners from Ghana.
This concept is based on modern media (e.g. learning videos) and guarantees the proper and long-term use of these beds.
These important partners support and enable the 1Bed4All (II) project:
See the current project status here:
Beds packed in 2 containers
Container shipped and put on the sea route
Container arrived at the consignee
Beds delivered to hospitals
Beds mounted, intended use ensured
Insight into our work
07 September 2023: The first 1Bed4All container of HITA e.V. with 60 hospital beds is distributed to health facilities
Training Concept, Checklists, Status Overview and Support Platform – this is how students from Mannheim University of Applied Sciences see the sustainable use of hospital beds in Ghana
Video Conference between representatives of Mawuko Senior Girls’s High School, Carlo-Mierendorff-Schule and HITA e.V.