Director: Professor John Iredale
Director: Professor John Iredale
We say healing changes everything not only because it brings an end to physical pain but because it means restoration of dignity, protection from abuse, and inclusion in family, school, and culture.
Our mission is to enable dignified, affordable and high-quality healthcare for all. We are committed to an equitable health future, where clinicians around the world have the space, stuff and system they need to deliver high quality healthcare to all, regardless of location or patients’ ability to pay.
We work to plan, design, and oversee the construction of healthcare facilities in low- and middle-income countries
We are committed to strengthening the public healthcare system so that every person, regardless of ability to pay, has access to care.
We always leverage the local workforce. We hire local tradespeople and offer them training in the latest construction and maintenance methods
We place a significant amount of our focus on renewable energy, as well as minimizing the environmental and carbon footprint of the facilities we build.
TTSN teams are directly responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in over 40 countries worldwide
Our COVID-19 response focuses on three main priorities:
• supporting authorities to provide care for COVID-19 patients;
• protecting people who are vulnerable and at risk;
• and keeping essential medical services running.
Across our projects, TTSN teams have been improving infection prevention and control measures to protect patients and staff, and prevent further spread of the new coronavirus. It is absolutely crucial to prevent health facilities from amplifying the pandemic or being forced to close their doors.
Jordan: In October 2020, we established the Amman Field Hospital for COVID-19 patients, which we built in 30 days. It accommodates 408 beds including 84 ICU beds. It covers an area of 6800 square meters.
In April 2020, we completed construction of a 48-bed field hospital in Ramallah, West Bank
In June 2021, We worked with the authorities to turn Mandela Stadium into a field hospital with a capacity of 1,200 beds.
We completed a field hospital in Tire in November 2020
We completed 300-bed field hospitals at Blantyre Youth Centre in Jan 2021
TSN partnered with Partners in Health to complete a comprehensive assessment of four district hospitals in Haiti, Sierra Leone and Liberia in an effort to return these facilities to full operation. TSN designed plans and provided engineering and construction oversight for phased renovations of these hospitals.
* Hôpital de l'Université d'État, Port-au-Prince / Haiti
* Choithram Memorial Hospital / Sierra Leone
* John Kennedy Medical Center / Liberia
Solar Panels Installed:
TTSN installed photovoltaic solar system to cover
36% of all health and 43% of hospitals in Sierra Leone.
15% of hospitals in Liberia
Collaboration with ODM Group to establish "The Oriental Al Kindy Center", which specializes in oncology and medical imaging. Oujda, Morocco
THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS & SUPPORTERS
It’s safe to say 2021 is a year none of us will readily forget. The difficulties and stressors presented by the COVID-19 pandemic are manifesting in the lives of people around the world in such a variety of ways. We are so grateful for your support throughout this difficult year, your support in the past and for your support in the future.