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Stena Line is a proud partner of the Mercy Ships Charity

Free Healthcare for Some of the Poorest People on this Earth

The humanitarian organisation Mercy Ships sails fully-equipped hospital ships staffed with volunteer doctors, nurses and crew members to some of the poorest countries in the world. In circumstances where proper medical care is almost non-existent, they provide free, life-saving treatment, giving patients a new chance to enjoy a healthy, happy life. The organisation was founded in 1978 and since then, Mercy Ships has visited over 580 ports in 73 countries and helped managed to help 2.5 million people.


Care is part of our soul

"Care is part of our soul, which means that our sustainability work is more than just environmental initiatives. Our partnership with Mercy Ships will now also become an important part of that work and it gives us an exciting opportunity to engage employees, customers and partners to make a difference."

 

Niclas Mårtensson, CEO at Stena Line

About Mercy Ships

The Mercy Ships charity provides free health care and education to some of the poorest people in the world; they assist nations in building their own health care systems and help to  sustainable development through education.

Mercy Ships was founded in 1978 by Don and Deyon Stephens and since then the organisation has visited more than 580 ports in over 73 countries and has helped close to 2.5 million people. Currently, there are more than 1,000 volunteers from over 40 different nations working with the organisation every year.

If you would like more information then please read more at mercyships.org »

Mercy Ships in 30 Seconds

The Mercy Ships charity, owns and operates the world's largest civilian hospital ship named the Africa Mercy. Onboard there's a surgery and a dental clinic run by qualified medical staff who help change people's life's from unnecessary suffering to being healthy and hopeful.

Click here if you'd like to watch a video summing up the difference that Mercy Ships make in 30 seconds »