These are some of the fellow doctors, renal centers and clinical projects we were able to fund thanks to your kind donations. Browse our successful projects to see how many doctors and renal centers ISN has already helped.
The Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center (KCMC) is a referral hospital serving over 11 million people in the Northern zone of Tanzania with a capacity of 450 beds. It is a huge complex with well over 1000 staff members and several outpatients and visitors coming to the center each day. It... Read More
Last year, Belarus became one of the top 10 countries for organ donation and deceased donor kidney transplantation. This achievement would not have been possible without a valuable partnership between renal centers in the UK, Belarus and Russia. In 2010, the ISN Sister Centers collaboration between the Kidney Unit at... Read More
ISN Educational Ambassador brings Colombia and India together to raise awareness about CKD prevention. The ISN Global Outreach (GO) Educational Ambassadors Program now counts 123 “ambassadors” who willingly share their expertise with medical communities across the developing world. María Elvira Martínez from Colombia recently traveled half way around the globe... Read More
Last year, Michaela Mayhew, Liz Donovan and Dennis Kennedy from St-Georges Hospital (SGH) Trust’s dialysis unit in London, UK visited their sister dialysis unit at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi, Ghana. It was a second visit for Michaela, a nurse consultant in Venous Access Services at SGH, who... Read More
ISN-TTS Sister Transplant Program success story Collaboration leads to transplant hope for kidney patients in Palestine. Until recently, there were no transplant services available in Gaza. About 500 adult patients and 20 children were on chronic hemodialysis and only those who could afford to travel away could benefit from this... Read More
ISN Fellowship makes for better pediatric kidney care in India. Pediatric nephrology is an emerging specialty in India. Children with kidney problems often don’t get timely treatment. Their parents are either unaware of their condition or cannot afford the cost of treatment. ISN is trying to respond to these issues... Read More