Student Elective Aid

Student Elective Aid (SEA) enables students to provide medical aid to impoverished countries during their elective placements. The idea behind SEA is simple. Each year, Australian medical practices discard or destroy large amounts of surplus equipment. This same equipment is desperately required in resource-poor communities. The aim of SEA is to facilitate the collection, transport and delivery, of these otherwise redundant supplies, to areas in need.

How to get involved

  • Students – contact us to arrange an aid package for your elective.
  • Donations of medical equipment - all donations are gratefully accepted. The SEA team will organise donation collection and assess items for their suitability for use during elective placements.
  • Shipping / freight companies – transport of aid is our greatest expense. All donations or subsidies would be greatly appreciated.

Contact sea@hope4health.org.au for any queries or how you can help.

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