IRT are proud to work with some incredible organisations around the world. Not only providing life saving medical care, but supporting long term projects to improve the lives of thousands of refugees overseas.
OCA was established in 2001 in Lira, Northern Uganda to mobilize resources to implement various community-based activities geared toward improving the standard of living of the rural subsistence farmers.
OCA look after our Step Up project in Uganda.
The Sacred Heart Sisters, and Sr Maureen Kojoa has been running the Moyo Babies Home for over 7 years. The sisters also run the Redeemer children’s home in Uganda. Along with the Sisters the home employs support staff such as nursery carers from the surrounding districts.
TATCOT is a supra-regional training centre providing courses in the field of orthopaedic technology in Africa. The Centre provides the ideal location for testing the technology, advising on modifications and improvements, and refining the manufacturing process, so that the technology might be easily replicated in developing world countries.
TATCOT look after the prosthetics for refugees project in Tanzania.
The Rainbow Volunteers are a local community group supported by the Comboni Missionary Sisters. They organise themselves and are both highly competent in the care they give and the passionate support they offer to those affected.
The Rainbow volunteers look after the Nzara HIV/AIDS programme in South Sudan.
The history of the Dominican sisters goes back more than three centuries ago in 1653, founded by Marie Poussepin of Dourdan.
Their charity has grown over the years and the sisters now work in 36 countries around the world helping those in need of their help.
The Dominican Sisters of the Presentation run the Italian Hospital in Amman, Jordan where they treat as many refugees as they can.
Illness knows no boundaries, and nor do the Sisters. Their compassion for everyone seeking their help is deep, and the medical care which the Sisters and their staff give is second to none.
The Comboni sisters came into being in 1872 as an exclusive missionary institute and as a result of the prophetic inspiration of Daniel Comboni. He was a missionary who was passionate about Africa and who always gave priority to the poorest and most excluded people in the world.
There are currently 1563 Comboni sisters, from 33 countries working around the world. The sisters work in 30 countries on four continents, helping thousands of refugees every year.
IRT are very proud to be supporting the sisters at the Karak Hospital in Jordan, The Paediatric Ward at Nzara Hospital and various school in South Sudan