Our work is intercultural and aims to increase international understanding, to support marginalized people in Europe, Asia, Africa by offering education and high quality comprehensive medical care.
March 2016 We start with medical support fort he german NGO Kinderhilfe Nepal e.V. . The name of our NGO was created in Kathmandu when we found handcrafted bags of recycled newspaper in a shop.
1.2.2017 Founding of social-bag.com e.V. in Nidderau/Germany.
3.4.2017 The Rehnet Medical Center for women in Nairobi starts to work.
13.8.2017 The first charity run takes place.
10.5.2018 Medical Camp in Kware Slum, we commence education for nurses regarding ultrasound in pregnancy in the Medical Center.
14.-16.1.2019 The first structured ultrasound course for nurses and midwifes takes place in Kenyatta University Hospital and in the Medical Center in Nairobi. 14 participants learn basic ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology according to the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
1.8.2019 Rehnet Medical Center is fully in the hands of our kenyan partners.
1.10.2019 We support two new partners Jemindas Hospital in Kangemi and Imela Medical Center in Kayole, both in poor areas in Nairobi.
31.10.2021 First visit after begin of the Corona pandemic. We start with a further partner, St.Teresa´s Olk Medical Center in Gilgil, Rift Valley.
We founded the charity to support marginalized people in developing countries. Our main focus is at present Kenya, we support women`s and children´s medicine together with Kenyan doctors, nurses and midwifes.
Our goal is to achieve medical support for the vulnerable by education and financing of local health professionals in Kenya. We are in Kenya on a regular base, all travel costs are paid from our own pocket, no donations are used for travel expenses.
Funding of our projects is organized by donations and support from private and public organisations and companies. Benefits from our charity events contribute further to the amount of money we can use to change the world a little bit!
All our work is done voluntary, we are a registered charity.
|Dr Lars Bohnen|