Help Mercy Ships raise awareness of urgent medical care for those in need around the world by sharing our PSAs. Globally, five billion people have no access to safe surgery but with the ongoing help of medical professionals volunteering their time, Mercy Ships is able to provide free, life-changing care for those with no other hope. Mercy Ships has already performed over 100,000 life saving surgeries in up to 50 nations around the world. With your help, we can raise awareness of the Mercy Ships mission to bring hope and healing to those in need.

Preventable Death

Preventable Death

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Support Mercy Ships efforts to provide care to those in need across the world by airing their PSA, “Preventable Death.” One in three deaths could be prevented with surgery in developing countries but often times, medical care is not physically or financially accessible. Mercy Ships is staffed with an all-volunteer force of medical professionals offering free life saving surgeries. In this PSA, you will hear from them about the life-changing work they are doing.

  • Preventable Death

    Preventable Death

  • No Access

    No Access

  • Transforming Lives

    Transforming Lives

  • Providing Access

    Providing Access

No Access to Safe Surgery

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Did you know? In developing countries, it is estimated that 85% of children need treatment for a surgical condition before the age of 15 but healthcare is simply not an option. Mercy Ships is providing access to services host countries would typically never be able to access. This transformative PSA shows how Mercy Ships medical personnel provide safe surgeries, utilizing state-of-the-art technology, and forever change the lives of those they touch.

  • No Access to Safe Surgery


Mercy Ships uses state-of-the-art floating hospitals to deliver free, world-class healthcare services, as well as capacity building and sustainable development to those with little access in the developing world.  The Africa Mercy is truly a small city on board with a rotating staff of over 400 volunteers from up to 50 countries in medicine, hospitality, marine, information systems, food preparation and other professions and the ship has an accredited school to serve the 30 to 40 families who are living onboard at any given time.  It is a unique environment that features a diversity and depth of support that goes well beyond your typical large ship or major hospital and so does its reach.  With offices in 16 nations, Mercy Ships seeks to transform individuals and serve nations one person at a time. For more information about Mercy Ships go to


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