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Angel Triana

$1,000

For Celia
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Barbara Murray

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Great work!!
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William White

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Audette Fulson

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May this save many lives.
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Penny Millson-Martula

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Choose life
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Anonymous

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If you show me that some help actually goes to Somalia, I will donate again.
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Samira Munir

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CYNTHIA KNOPE

$50

To honor the work of all who seek to help others.
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To Lou Carter and all those who have list their life in this human tragedy and their loved ones. 
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Frankie Lyon

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Tara Tabatabaie

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I hope this helps.
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Nuno Ferreira

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Shlomo Alkaher

$180

All the best for your initiative, and for the grater good. 
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Niv Calderon

$50

We’re all in this together 
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Doug Brown

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Great work everyone!
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Igor Kamyshov

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בהצלחה!
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Aviel Eliyhau

$100

Good luck!
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Meir Fachler

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Orli Rubin

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בהצלחה לעוסקים בעבודת הקודש
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Ronen Dancziger

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שומר אחי
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Steve Corrick

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Aloha—Hawaiian for I share the breath of life with you!
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Ilana Averkin

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Keep up with a great job in innovation
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Anonymous

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As of May 2020, developed nations have purchased most available ventilators. Leaving developing nations out of the supply chain, ill-equipped to deal with a looming crisis: 

  • At least 10 African nations have less than 1 ventilator per million people. 
  • As of April 17, Somalia had 0 working ventilators.
  • There are 20,356,053 people for every ventilator in DR Congo.
  • India, with a population of 1.35 billion people has 40,000 ventilators 

To even out the global odds against the COVID-19, a team of engineers and medical professionals have developed a breathing machine made with off-the-shelf components that bypass typical supply chains. It can be built anywhere for $500-700, using widely available parts.

It’s called AmboVent, and it works by using an algorithm and robotic arm to squeeze a common rescuscitator (Ambu) bag to deliver oxygen directly to the patient’s lung. It was developed by a team of engineers and medical professionals who dedicated over 6,000 hours to the project.Now, we need your help raising funds to build 20 master devices to be sent to healthcare professionals around the world. These machines will provide the template for mass replication in each country.

The funds will also go towards the man-power needed to clear medical and regulatory approvals: hiring the expertise of healthcare professionals, lawyers
and local authorities.

 
Tell your story. Why did you donate to AmboVent?