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Testimonials


02 Oct 2018
Elisabetta Maria Frijia
"I’m very grateful for the opportunity that I had to make this great experience in Kyambogo's University, all the four weeks have been amazing and they have given me so much!The Amalthea Trust has a great project that supports Medical engineering in developing countries and I was glad to give my contribution during the training on Ultrasound and X-ray.The course provides both theory and prac ...

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20 Jun 2018
Mr Ben Johnson: BMET Diploma (Ultrasound Systems)
I have been back for a month after the experience of a lifetime, an experience I would do again tomorrow and one I would recommend to anybody!

What is this experience?

I had the opportunity to travel to Kampala, Uganda with the charity The Amalthea Trust - this organisation offers training, equipment, tools, parts and of course money to support Medical Engineering in developing countries like Ugand ...

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23 Mar 2017
Mr Dave Robinson: training student nurses at FINS
I have just returned from a week in Fort Portal, Uganda, training student nurses in their final year on the care and use of medical equipment.  The Amalthea Trust organised everything brilliantly so that my journey to Uganda, accommodation, and transport to and from the school of nursing all went smoothly.  I was supported the whole time and would have no concerns about returning.  ...

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25 Jan 2017
Two short video testimonials from two of our Biomedical Diploma students at Kyambogo University
Click on the links below, or paste them into your browser, to see two of our students talking about the Amalthea Trust's contribution to their Biomedical Engineering training at Kyambogo University, Kampala, Uganda:

https://player.vimeo.com/video/200814115?byline=0&portrait=0 

https://player.vimeo.com/video/200819823?byline=0&portrait=0 ...

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Mr Terry Timmons - EBME Manager (Royal Oldham and Rochdale Infirmary Hospitals) and Volunteer
"Volunteering for the Amalthea Trust this autumn (2014) was very rewarding. I particularly enjoyed being able to pass on some of my experience in Equipment Management and Medical Gases to the 16 students from Kyambogo University. I wish them all the best for their future careers, hopefully with significant involvement in Clinical Engineering in Uganda."

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Mr John Okuonzi - Co-founder of the Course
"I must say thank you very much, Amalthea Trust, for the wonderful support we have received through the donation of equipment and through offering this impressive expertise in training of biomedical engineers in Uganda."

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Omar - Course Graduate
"We are very grateful to the the Amalthea Trust and their associates. It is very good working with them and I hope they continue supporting us until we are able to stand by ourselves."

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Mr Macharia Gakuru - Medical Equipment Engineer (Toshiba Medical Systems Ltd) and Volunteer
"I feel that I am making a positive contribution to the future generations that will subsequently take care of this country [Uganda]"

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Wembabazi Mansur - Student at Kyambogo University
"I have been a student at Kyambogo University persuing a higher diploma in biomedical engineering, and I want to take this opportunity to write to Amalthea Trust to appreciate the great job that they have done for us. They have changed the entire approach to medical engineering in Uganda and Africa."

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Mr Satish Thaker - X-Ray Engineer (Colchester Hospital) and Experienced Volunteer
"I'd like to thank Amalthea Trust for giving me the opportunity to pass on my experience as an X-ray engineer...I’m pleased that we are making some difference. It is like a pebble in the pond."

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