Construction of the KHMH Paediatric Instensive Care Unit

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Construction of the KHMH Paediatric Instensive Care Unit

Construction of the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital in Belize  is progressing at a promising pace. The foundation and flooring were first to be completed.  All beams, including those for the roof have also been casted.  Brick work has now begun and almost all exterior walls have been completed. Interior walls are now being started and the roof will be cemented shortly. Aside from the progress of the concrete structure, plumbing works have also begun despite delays caused by the weather in the last months of 2013, construction is back on schedule.

Support the construction of the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital!

Donations can be made to Belize Bank account:

695-1-1-74982 or cheques made out to “NCFC Special Envoy” can be sent to 4792 Coney Drive, 6th Floor Withfield Tower, Belize City, Belize.

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  1. […] Even though they may have left their home country, many Belizeans abroad are still taking an active role in the country’s development and continue to shine a positive light as is the case with the Belize Association of Houston. Not only do they play an active role in keeping Belizeans living in Houston, Texas and surrounding areas informed and up-to-date on Belize information, the Association has done many fund raisers to help Belize and Belizeans living  abroad after hurricanes, collaborated on toy drives and helped Belizean burn victims in Houston over the last few years. If you want to learn more about their charitable work, you can read the following blog posts: Ocean Academy School Supply Drive 2014 and Construction of the KHMH Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. […]

  2. pollardmediapro November 21, 2014 at 12:55 am

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