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Sunday at 12:15 pm, repeated at 12:30am Tuesdays and 7:30pm on Wednesdays.
Surplus drugs, redundant medical equipment, dental supplies, you name it, if it's in-date and of use, Medical Aid Abroad New Zealand will take it and ship it to wherever it's needed.
Invaluable collection of walkers ready to be shipped around the world
Founded more than forty years ago in Christchurch, MAANZ is a volunteer organization staffed by former doctors. They stack and pack in discreet warehouses in Auckland and Christchurch (discreet, because they're often the target of burglars) and send help all around the world.
Volunteer 'Nurse Jane' sorting surgical supplies.
If you’d like to get in touch with Medical Aid Abroad, go to their website, maa.org.nz
Spectrum visited their well-hidden Auckland base to meet Stores Manager Dr Tony Wansbrough and the rest of the team, to talk aid and artificial legs.
Executive Producer: Jack Perkins
mail: P O Box 123, Wellington
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