SAFE Africa

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from a target of £100,000.00

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Image of smiling woman with child. Banner says Saving lives in Africa through safer surgery

Help save lives in Africa through safer anaesthesia.

Around the world people are suffering or dying unnecessarily from the lack of safe anaesthesia in surgery, something that is taken for granted in the UK.

The situation is critical in Africa, where millions lack access to safe anaesthesia.

SAFE Africa is the Association of Anaesthetists fundraising campaign aiming to:

  • Raise at least £100,000
  • Scale-up the delivery of three-day SAFE obstetrics and paediatrics training courses
  • Sustainably improve anaesthesia education and care in Africa in the long-term

Since the first SAFE course in 2011, over 100 SAFE courses have now been delivered in 33 countries globally. Over 4,000 providers have been trained.

Each one of these will go on to treat around 1,500 patients each year.

With your support, we can train even more practitioners and improve the safety of thousands of patients in Africa.

To find out more about how the SAFE project is already saving lives and how you can get involved visit

You can also contact us by email at

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Alastair Moye



Charlotte Heppell


£20.00 (+ £5.00 giftaid)

A massive congratulations to everyone who took part in the cycle to Glasgow, you are all complete warriors! Immensely proud of the F & P Cycle Team. Please now go and enjoy a cuppa and a long sit down. Char

Sally El-Ghazali


£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

Congratulations to the team who completed the London to Glasgow cycle! Great achievement in honour of a great cause!

Nick Connolly - OptiflowNHF


£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

A great effort from all concerned and a special mention to all in the F&P Cycle Team too

Beth and James


£50.00 (+ £12.50 giftaid)

A little something for the final push. Keep going Dad and the team!


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