CNIS has built 6 surgical skills teaching labs in Africa. These are designated buildings where we can teach ongoing courses, store equipment and share life-saving skills with out African partners. The next teaching lab will be in the town of Moshi, in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro.
A lab costs $ 40,000 to build and are now selling 400 ‘bricks’ at $100 each. The first 200 to buy a brick will receive an original match boxed sized mixed media on wood art piece by Canadian artist Jon Izen. You will also get your name on our virtual brick wall on our web site.
Our surgical teaching lab will benefit a community for generations to come. With your help, we could be one brick closer!
Help us build a surgical skills teaching lab in Moshi, Tanzania!
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