OUR VALUES

PURPOSE

MAKE A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE TO A BIGGER PIE

ETHIC

WIN Client

WIN Co-worker

WIN Community

WAY

THE MIDDLE IS THE OPTIMUM WAY TO THE TOP

We spend around 10% of total turnover in 2021 on giving back to the community and we have at various levels (less when paying off mortgages and kids at home) for nearly 20 years.

 

Three key areas of community sponsorship:

  • Grants through Launch to Melbourne families who are temporarily homeless
  • Payment for African child surgeries for those families that cannot afford it and
  • A variety of smaller worthy client causes.

 

We do this by taking on extra jobs from outside our normal Melbourne Top End buying and selling. We work for churches, individuals and organisations and we donate our fees partially or in full, depending on the circumstances. Feel free to recommend, it all helps.

Child Surgeries

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Donor Child Surgeries to September 2021

Low cost, high impact, safe, local, parent or child permissioned, life-changing surgeries, when no other satisfactory option, without our specific intervention, is available.

 

The child has broken her leg. The goal is to fix it safely and well. The measure: is she happy, can she go to school and kick the ball post-op.

 

We (clients and staff – we all pay our own way) have visited the places we support in Africa 5 times since 2015. We get monthly financial reports and almost daily child updates.

 

BELOW IN USD – we report to the tax office via our yearly accounts all sponsorships.

DONATED

Each month we send

Surgeries

Each month a local hospital sends

Letion Luka Marari

diploma on community development

For me this is my life because I  like because it change the lives by restoring the lost smile, dreams, targets or hopes of children with disabilities in our community. 

I'm a father of one wife, Teresia and five children two boys three girls I have started working as driver at selian since 2001and 2007 I started working in these kids with disabilities and 2009 I got a chance and sponsor who paid for me to get a diploma of community development for two years I and I finish my college 2011 in Monduli

After that I was fully working in the community finding children with disabilities and take the plasterhouse  and ready for having surgery in Selian hospital or at ALMC – all in Arusha and I work with plasterhouse up 2018 then I start my own foundation called Zilper for children with disabilities and working with Mal and Phuong and Sim and Phuong and Phoebe and Maddie from 2019 up now and I have started

I have done a computer course at Babati and starting a business course at Arusha

Since 2007 up now I have 15yrs working on children with disabilities

Letion

justin is a warrior personal trainer

phuong is a chemist and warrior

dr amon selian hospital is a warrior

Macha Velly Koon.

 

I'm born at Moivaro ward in Arusha. 

 

I am the 5th in the family of 6 children. I studied primary education for 7yrs, later I went for secondary studies for 4yrs.

 

I undergone further advanced level studies for 2yrs taking Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects. I did well and then applied for College studies in 2006 of which the government under the ministry of finance offered me sponsorship to undertake Computer Science at the Institute of Accountancy Arusha in Njiro, a three years course.

 

After I graduated in 2009 I applied for IT job post which was announced by Selian in 2010. I did the interview and performed well, selian employed me as an IT in July 2010.

 

I worked at Selian for 11 years now. In mid 2013/2014 I went for Postgraduate Diploma studies in Computer Science,  a one year evening program at IAA. I did my Postgraduate studies while working at Selian. In my undergraduate studies I also did basic accounting and accounting packages for two semesters.

 

I like doing the job with the children so as to improve life standard of a future Tanzanian generation and transform children poverty to well being. I have been working with children since early 2019.

 

I married in 2014 and now with two children, Giovann and Skylar. Giovann is in class one and Skylar is in baby class now. The picture above is me, Leah who is my wife and Giovann.

dr elibariki i am a warrior surgeon

dr roberts i am a warrior surgeon

warrior mary works in Selian

Maggie Tobiko Laiser,

 

Am an Occupational Therapist and Outreach.

 

I like working with children especially those with disabilities and functional problems, that means those children who are not really free or independent on their daily functional activities. So what I always do with them is to bring back their life function, happiness, value, freedom, respect and function in their community, and their Self esteem.

 

I also work with their Mental status, body and their normal life development in all areas of life functions. So generally I help to bring children back from abnormal to normal life function.

 

I am a Maasai lady, from LONGIDO rural area ( village), Went to MAASAI GIRLS LUTHERAN SECONDARY SCHOOL, from 1998-2004 from form one to six there. Then joined to TUMAINI UNIVERSITY OF KCMC, from 2004-2007, for my diploma in Occupational therapy.

 

I started working with children here at Selian Lutheran Hospital from 2007 October to today 2021. is about 12 years now, and am enjoying working with children.

Paul Ole Leitura

Outreach

 

I was born and raised in the Masai pastoralist family in the small village named Ololosokwan in Ngorongoro- Tanzania in the boundary between the Masai Mara-Kenya and Serengeti .

 

I am the third from the last born in the family of seven children.

 

I am a graduate in Project Management  & Planning,

 

I had More than 10 years working experience working in different entities with Oxfam Tanzania as Food Monitor, PINGOs Forum as Gender officer, Maternity Africa as Project Administrator & Outreach coordinator, Selian Lutheran hospital in different capacities as Human Resource Manager, Fistula outreach coordinator and Programs coordinator.

 

I love working with children, As I have a call in me, I have a passion to see children in need get helped and their life changed through paediatric surgery and their life returning to normal after medical Treatment. As a Father and  parent of two Lovely children I would like to see other children be happy and smile. I have been working with women and children since 2013, I am Married.

 

I am always dedicated to working with the community to help the needy children access medical services.

My name is Simone Clarke from Melbourne Australia and i am a warrior too – I have been to Selian Hospital in Arusha Tanzania and seen what they do and how they change people’s lives. My company has been there five times and pays for 10 surgeries a month. A surgery costs are around $500 for simple surgeries.

 

I love the reports we get – it connects me to the child and and doctor and gives me confidence my money is being well spent and as I have been there, I know it is. The money we put in has a real multiplier effect. Helps the child, improves medical care in Africa as the doctors do more work, employs staff, puts money into other services for food and prosthetics and drivers and education, which ultimately builds wealth more money into very poor communities. It’s smart.

3-Aug-21MIRIAM DAMSON DAUDI9 YRSFrecurrent tonsilitis and adenoid hypertrophy
3-Aug-21IBRAHIM LOMUNYAK WILSON10 MONTHSMadenotonsilllar hypertrophy
12-AugFAHAD ALHAJI OMARY6 YRSFpost k wire fixation 
12-AugPRAISE ROBERT JOHN5YRSFadenotonsilllar hypertrophy
18-AugPRAYGORD PETER ALEX1.5 YRSMadenotonsilllar hypertrophy
18-AugELISHA ELIAMANI EMANUEL2.4 YrsMadenotonsilllar hypertrophy
22-AugFAITH PAULO MATHIAS5 YRSFadenoid hypertrophy
22-AugKERANI TUMAIN NYITI17 YrsMclosed fracture of left femur
26-AugSINALVIA LOTHA JACOB17 YrsFnasal poly
26-Augabubakari swalehe9 yrsMclosed fracture fracture of the left distal humerus
15-AugOLARIP LENGANYITI LAIZER9 yrsMClosed fracture of the mid shaft ulnar radius(malunion)
9-Aug-21SIMION LOISHOOK4 YrsMClosed fracture of the left distal humerus(supracondylar)
7-Jul-21SILVESTER JUSTINE LAIZER 13 YRSMCHRONIC OSTEOMYELITIS
7-JulIDRIS HAMRAT YUSUPH12 YRSMCEREBRAL PALSY WITH SHORTENED ACHILLES TENDON 
7-JulALJARAH HAMRANA YUSUPH10YRSMCEREBRAL PALSY WITH SHORTENED ACHILLES TENDON 
22-JulMESHACK E KIMARIO7 YRSMumbulical hernia,adenotonsillar hypertrophy
8-JulGIFT JOSEPH 4 yrsMVISCERAL PERFORATION (JEJUNUM) SEC TO BLUNT ABDOMINAL INJURY
2-JulAngel Elisha Laigwashi6 YRSFclose fracture of left supracondylar of humerus
2-JulGodson Ezekiel Bayo
7 YRS
Mpost k wire fixation sec to  supracondylar fracture of humerus
2-JulRamadhan Heri Juma4 yrsMbilateral congenital genu varus
15-JulJames Sanare Palateti4 yrsMbilateral congenital genu valgus
15-JulJovin Mapambano Kishasi4 yrsMbilateral congenital genu varus
15-JulJoel Fredy Maliaki3 YRSMtonsillar hypertrophy 
23-JulJoshua Fredy Maliaki7 YRSMadenotonsillar hypertrophy and turbinate hypertrophy
22-JulElibarik Laizer4 yrsMadenotonsillar hypertrophy and turbinate hypertrophy
12-JulJoshua zakaria4 yrs 7 monthMadenotonsillar hypertrophy and turbinate hypertrophy
17-Jun-21DAINES EZEKIEL MERIN4 YrsFLEFT SUPRACONDYLAR CLOSED  FRACTURE 
10-Jun-21Nadri Ramadhan Amran5YrsMRIGHT INGUINAL HERNIA
10-Jun-21EZEKIEL MAIKO JOHN8YRSMANKYLOGLOSIA,ADENOTONSILLAR HYPERTROPHY
1-Jun-21JOSAM MUSSA MARIASA9 YRSMOPEN LEFT SUPRACONDYLAR FRACTURE OF THE HUMERUS
22-Jun-21LOMNYAKI KERISHO NGARABALI15 YRSMCHRONIC OSTEOMYELITIS
22-Jun-21LEVIS LEONARD MSUTA3YRSMUNILATERAL GENU VALGUS 
3-JunHALIMA HERI JUMA15 yrsFADENOID HYPERTROPHY AND TURBINATE HYPERTROPHY
3-JunRAMADHAN HERI JUMA4 yrsMRIGHT MID SHAFT FRACTURE OF RIGHT FEMUR
10-JunANGELA ELISHA LAIGWANANI6yrsFLEFT SUPRACONDRLAR FRACTURE OF THE HUMERUS
21-JunGodson Ezekiel Bayo8yrsMLEFT SUPRACONDRLAR FRACTURE OF THE HUMERUS
11-JunNOELA DEODAT MICHAEL6 YRSFPALATE TONSILS HYPERTROPHY
3-JunSaimon Mathayo Melau4 YRSMCEREBRAL PASLY WITH SHORT ACHILLES TENDON
12-JunNengilanget Nangalai1.2 YRSFCEREBRAL PASLY WITH SHORT ACHILLES TENDON
7-JunRAHIM ALHAJI OMARY2 YRSMBILATERAL GENU VARUS
7-JunRAHMA ALHAJI OMARY2 YRSFBILATERAL GENU VARUS
5-MayMOSSES NGENYIKI MOLLEL21 yrsMgenu varus
13-MayMICHAEL MATHAYO LOOTA1 yrsMINTESUSCEPTION 
5-MayMOSSES SEURI MOLLEL6 yrsMclosed fracture of proximal femur
11-MayNEEMA GERALD MOLLEL5MonthsFINTESUSCEPTION 
6-MayMAGDALENA ELISHA MEISHILIEK7 yrsFAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
10-MayTRESURES HILLARY MVUNGI3yrs  6mothsMAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
10-MayHENRY KELVIN LEONARD5 yrsMcerebral palsy with shortened achilles tendon 
13-MaySHUKURU MAINE SANDEU18 yrsMparotid tumor
13-MayLAZARO MBAUDA15 YRSMgenu valgus
12-Apr-21Najim Shagi Mavere6YRSMknee contusion
12-Apr-21Shakila Musa10YRSFadenotonsillar hypertrophy
16-Apr-21ASHA ALAIS NAIROWA2 yrsFadenotonsillar hypertrophy
8-Apr-21FAISAL SIRAJI2yrsMadenotonsillar hypertrophy
12-Apr-21Melau Mbauda7 yrsMchronic osteomylitis
12-Apr-21LALASHE SAIGURAN9 yrsMclosed fracture of distal ulnar and radius
19-Apr-21Joshua Lomnyak2yrsMright side ingunal hernia
22-Apr-21Sinyati Laanyun8 yrsFintestinal obstuction
24-Apr-21Sinyati Lotoishe Lengalasi8 yrsFfracture of midshaft tibia and fibular
3-MarIBRAHIM LOWASSA KIVUYO3 yrsMright inguinal hernia
3-MarLALASHE SAIGURAN11 yrsMLet supracondylar fracture
24-MarELIAS SIYANGOI KURSAS9 yrsMright inguinal hernia
10-MarMENEJA LOMAYANI MEIPONYI17 yrsMleft prox.humerus #,Left tibia and fibular#
27-MarLAIZER LOMUNYAK LOLEPO3 yrsMRt supracondylar#
18-MarMELADI NOELY SIYANGOI3monthMAdenotonsillar enlargement
15-MarMOSSES NGENYIKI MOLLEL21 yrsMLeft leg genuvarus
24-MarBARIKI MOSSES MEISEYIKI9yrsMneck mass
15-MarLucas Njoolay mollel4 yrsMLet supracondylar fracture
22-Feb-21Salome Pinieli Lucumay11YrsFumbilical hernia
14-FebLazaro Mbauda Masumbura15 YRSMbilateral genuvalgus
14-FebLENGAI NGAIYO NEAPA2 YrsMnilateral genuvalgus and manultrition
8-FebIKRAM ZUBERI MDOE1 Yr(s) 10 Month(s)Madenoids hypetrophy
8-Feb-21BRILIANCE AMANI KULEI3 YRSMadenotonsillar enlargement
2-FebNOREEN GILBERTH MINJA1 YRSFadenotonsillar enlargement
2-FebBLESS YONA LIHI2 yrsFacute osteomyelitis
21-FebDANIEL JOSEPH LAIZER7yrsMsupracondylar fracture
3-Dec-20SEBASTIAN E MOLLEL1.8 yrsMFructure sapracondislar
3-Dec-20Mejooli Lebahati mollel7yrsFFructure On Femur
11-Dec-20Magdalena Benard korgodi6yrs 9 monthFgenu valgus
17-Dec-20Fidelis Sadala9yrsMmalunion of the right femur
21-Dec-20Jefason Emanuel1 yrsMtonsills hypertrophy
26-Dec-20Meshack Maiko Samwel3 yrsMchronic tonsillitis 
9-Nov-20PATRICK KASTO4yrsMchronic tonsillitis
9-Nov-20Happyson Venance FHypertrophy of adenoids
9-Nov-20Monica Peter6yrsFHypertrophy of adenoids
16-Nov-20JOSHUA EMANUEL 3yrsMHypertrophy of Tonsils with hypertrophy of Adenoids
16-Nov-20Simon Julius1 yrsMUnilateral Inguinal hernia
16-Nov-20Glory Stephano13 yrsFunilateral valgus(let
16-Nov-20Elisante Emmanuel13 yrsMInjury of Achiles tendon
18-Nov-20Christian Charles3yrsMchronic tonsillitis
10/7/20SESILIA GRAYGODY RICHARD9 YrsFChronic Tonsillitis
10/11/20JOSHUA MARTIN DANIEL2 yrsMHypertrophy of Tonsils with hypertrophy of Adernoids
7-OctIRENE LABAN DANIEL6 yrsFHypertrophy of Tonsils with hypertrophy of Adernoids
7-OctJOARI ABDUL HAMMISSI10 yrsFHypertrophy of Tonsils with hypertrophy of Adernoids
11-OctCAREEN GODSON NAIMAN FHypertrophy of Tonsils with hypertrophy of Adernoids
10/11/20JULIANA MATHAYO JACOB3yrsFHypertrophy of Tonsils with hypertrophy of Adenoids
24-OctLIDYA AUGUSTINO CHISALUNI3 monthsFBladder Extrophy
10/11/20SAMWEL SAMBETA BILAUTI3 yrsMGenu Valgus
10-OctNAIS PETER MESHILU F Hypertrophy of adenoids 
28-JanBARAKA OMARY ISSA17YRSMHYPOSPADIUS
12-JanGabriel Godlisten Rick3YRSMGENU VALGUS
12-JanWilson Allex Mashaka16yrsMchronic tonsillitis 
12-JanJACKLINE RAYMOND SAMBO16 YRSFchronic tonsillitis 
12-JanPRINCE ELIAS JAMES7 MONTHSFTonsillectomy - Head & Neck
14-JanJOVIN MAPAMBANO KISHAI4YRSMGENU VALGUS
18-JanVENERANDA MISS QUANG6YRSFProximal Femoral deficiency
17-JanJUNIOR JOVENALLY MINJA1 YRSMHypertrophy of adenoids
19-JanCHRISTIAN EMMANUEL2YRSMadenotonsils hypertrophy
5-DecHamis Azizi6YRSMPost-Turbinate cauterization
12-DecNason Wilson6MPost-adenotonsillectomy
2-DecMosses Nganyiko20MUnilateral genus varus
2-DecSinorita stephano18yrsfePost-Osteotomy
4-DecBryson Vumilia9yrMUmbilical hernia
4-DecRebeka Hawaki18FOral cavity mass
5-DecMichael vitalis17MChronic tonsillitis
12-DecBrenda James13FPolydactly
16-DecEvance Augustino1yrMAdenoid hypertrophy
13-DecJuliana Leonce3YRSFBilateral genus varus
12-DecJoseph Abraham12MChronic osteomyelitis, treated previous early this year
13-DecLoleku Lakarai13YRSMUnilateral genus varus
16-DecRajab Hassan5yrsMPost-Osteotomy
30-DecWinner Agustina14FPost-DFO
14-DecLazaro Elisha19YRSmUnilateral genus varus
12-DecAdonikam geofrey13YRSMAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
16-DecPrince Hassan4YRSFChronic tonsillitis
19-DecCauthary seleman9YRSFTurbinate hypertrophy
19-DecBaraka Laizer10yrsmChronic tonsillitis
26-DecSamweli michael
 
MVaricocele
21-10-019Dino Almasi4yrsMPost mass excision
17-10-019David Sakayo1yrsMPost Z-Plasty
01-10-019Simon Mamasita3yrsMBilateral genus valgus
5-Oct-19Izack Juma1yrMClosed fracture of femur
07-10-019Calvin Msede19yrsMPost-ORIF
07-10-019Omary bakari5yrsMGenus Varus
17-10-019Abobakar Rajab5yrsMPost adenoidectomy
07-10-019Beckhom William15-May-13MPost osteotomy
17-10-019steven mukigala1-Jul-05MPost-Achilles tendon release
17-10-019Munila Amri2yrsMPost -BSC Release
17-10-019zaynab senzige6yrFPost-adenotonsillectomy
17-10-019Ester anderson4YRSFPost-adenotonsillectomy
17-10-019Regina lengas17yrsFOld elbow dislocation
07-10-019Mathayo mollel16yrsMPost osteotomy
03-10-019 loveness sube15yrsFTurbinate hyertrophy
10-10-019Paulina kima8YRSFPost implant removal
28-10-019veronica richard10yrsFPost laparatomy
30-09-019 Advan Rashid2yrsMAdenotonsillar hyertrophy
24-10-019isaya musila1yrMPost Hip spica
07-10-019ally omary2yrsMPost-PTO
07-10-019Elizabeth elias16yrsMBilateral genus valgus
16-Octnajma mdoi3yrsFExtensive burn wound
11-11-019daniel loramatu17YRSMSPONDYLOSIS
17-10-019christina john13yrsFPost adenoidectomy
17-10-019mosses ngenyiki19yrsMPost plating
17-10-019happyness christopher 4YRSFPOST -ADENOTONSILLECTOMY
17-10-019Nosim Nyaru3yrsFGenus Varus
31-10-019mwanaisha hussein10FExtensive burn wound
22-Octemanuel adrea9MPost Z-Plasty
21-10-019pendael daudi13yrsMChronic tonsillitis
18-11-019musa brown7moMPost Hip spica
21-10-019lucy daniel8yrsFPost K-wire insertion
17-10-019mohamed issa 4YRSMAdenotonsillar hyertrophy
17-10-019steven silvester10yrsMAchilles tendon shortening
17-10-019shimba mabutu3yrsMBilateral genus valgus
21-10-019emanuel daudi2YRSMAdenotonsillar hyertrophy
24-Octhappyness christopher 4yrsFAdenotonsillar hyertrophy
21-0ctasha zuberi5yrsFAdenotonsillar hyertrophy
28-Octmichael meshack14yrsMClosed fracture of tibia/fibula
21-10-019baraka aminiel4YRSMAuricular mass
09-10-091Israel Melita14yrsMPeritonitis
2-NovHassan Mkamba1MBilateral genus valgus
11 nov 019WINNER A.LUKUMAY13FBilateral genus valgus
5 nov 019Rajab H. Msuya4yrsMBilateral genus valgus
28-oct-019Emanuel Ngomou4yrsMChronic tonsillitis
02-Sep-01Fauzia rajab FRicket
04-Sep-01Carick kirita MPost-herniotomy
05-Sep-01Isaya mollel  MPost adenoidectomy
11-Sep-01patrick samweli MPost adenoidectomy
16-Sep-01misheli sailepu  Chronic tonsillitis
19-Sep-01amani julius MPost ORIF
19-Sep-19Fahadi alhaji MOsteogenesis imperfecta
19-Sep-19Samweli Alex3yrsMValgus deformity
19-Sep-19Isaya Musila1yrsMPost Hip spica
21-Sep-01simon mamasita3yrsMBilateral Genu Valgus
15-09-019Musa kiraruji5monthsMFemur fracture
25-Sep-01Gadi mkaza1yrMUrethral fistula
23-Sep-19 Munila riziwan  2 yrs  F  Keloid 
23-Sep-19Emanueli Andrea9 yrsMBSC Lf axilla
23-Sep-19Dino ndugai4 yrsMBSC
23-Sep-01Tekno halanga16 yrsFBSC
23-Sep-19Daniel Loveness6 yrsMBSC Lf Hand
23-Sep-19David patrice1 yrsMClub foot
23-Sep-19Paskali pius MLower limbs deformity
23-Sep-19Queen jeremia FPost ankle fracture
23-Sep-19Claver innocent MPost tendon release
23-Sep-19Daniel lamaratu MSpondylosis
19-Sep-19Sarah simon6yrsFAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
24-Sep-01sinorita stephano MBilateral Genu Valgus
24-09-019Loleku shikok12YRSMPOST DFO
24-09-019Paulina laizer7YRSFPost-ORIF
24-09-019lighness liliko10YRSFAchilles tendon shortening
26-09-019Veronica Laizer10yrsFAcute abdomen
26-09-019Abubakar Ramadhan5yrsMAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
26-53-29Ester Anderson3yrsFAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
30-09-019Advan Rashid2yrsMAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
30-09-019Catherine Mchomvu5yrsFAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
26-09-019Zainabu Hemedy6yrsFAdenotonsillar hypertrophy
02-10-019Izack Juma7moMClosed # femur
03-10-019Loveness Antony16yrsFTurbinate hypertrophy
03-10-019sarah elibariki6yrsFPost-tonsillectomy
03-10-019Gadi Amani1yrsFPost-fistula repair
03-10-019Amani Julius10yrsMPost-ORIF
30-09-019Catherine mchomvu14yrsFAdenotonsillar hyertrophy
06-Mar-19Yohana Nathan Thomas6monthsMBilateral cleft lip
13-Mar-19Zacharia Ndosikoi3yrsMCongenital varus deformity
13-Mar-19Raphael Tubulu7yrsMBilateral inguinal hernia
13-Mar-19Lobikieki sabaya  MRT.LEG TUMOUR AND UMBILICAL HERNIA
19-Mar-19Queen S. Laiser1YrsFSymptomatic Umblical Hernia
13-Mar-19Grace Elisha7yrsFchronic osteomyelitis of left limb
13-Mar-19Haruni Israel
10yrs
MPatella dislocation
21-Mar-19Angela Hamedus John3yrsFChronic tonsillitis and Adenoid hypertrophy
19-Mar-19Akuila Daniel Lalaji**1monthFSpinal bifida
21-Mar-19Ismail Ismail6yrsMHydrocelle
13-Mar-19Helena Tumain6yrsFBone cyst on proximal tibial
29-Mar-19Nancy Mollel5yrsFChronic tonsillitis and Adenoid hypertrophy
14-Apr-19Zipora stephano4 YRSFBone mass
19-April-019remember simon3 YRSmCongenital varus deformity
10-Apr-19ngayai parmero2 YRSFDown syndrome
25-May-19johson raphael MChronic tonsilitis and adenoid hypertrophy
02/may/019Neema Thomas2 yrsFAdenoid hypertrophy
02/may/019Blessing Raymond1 yrsMAdenoid hypertrophy
02/may/019Salimon Boniphas5 yrsMCongenital varus deformity
13-May-19Elizabeth Lameck4 yrsFChronic tonsilitis and adenoid hypertrophy
13-may-019Elizabeth Richard11 yrs - seems wrong ageFNasal Polyps
13/may/019Ivan Richard6 yrsMNasal turbinate and adenoid hypertrophy
02/may/019Natacia Lazaro3 YRSFSeptic burn wound
13-MAY-019Wilfred W.Mollel11meAdenoid hypertrophy and nasal turbinate
15-May-19Moris Paulo Esau1 YRSMHydrocephalus,Congenital heart disease
15-May-19raphael lelya7 yrsMpost henioraphy.
15-May-19Lobikiek sabaya12 yrsMPost-BKA due to neuroma
15-May-19Haruni israeli10 yrsMPost patella repair
15-May-19Grace elisha 7 yrsFpost sequestrectomy 
15-May-19elizabeth richard20 yrsFpost polypectomy
26-05-19Ivan peter6 yrsMtonsils hypertrophy
 Elizabeth lameck4 yrsFpost tonsilectomy
 Wilifred willium11 yrsMpost adenotonsilectomy 
 Remember simon3 yrsMpost PTO
 Magdalena marco1 yrsMosteogenic imperfector 
 Shine aron3 yrsFrectal prolapse
06-Mar-19neema thomas2 yrsFAdenoidhypertrophy
 bless raymond1 yrsMAdenoidhypertrophy
13/06/16Hellen tumain6yrsFPost bone cyst curretage
 Zacharia ndalaskoi3 yrsMpost PTO
 Haruni israeli10 yrsMPost patella repair
 Magdalena marco1 yrsFostegenic imperfector
 Loliku lakarai12 yrsMcongenital deformity of femur
 Remember simon3 yrsMpost corrective osteotomy
 Meshack omari1 yrsMhypertrophy tonsils
 sosteness kavishe6 yrsMHydrocele
 Najma ijumaa4MONTHFCleft palete and lip
 joseph abraham11 yrsMOsteomyelitis
 Mosses N. Mollel18 yrsMClosed fracture of femur
 Lokeku Lakarai12 yrsMVarus deformity
20/06/19Ethan Alex1 yrsMADENOID HYPERTROPHY
 meckline robert7 yrsFhypertrophy tonsils
 Ivan Godson5 yrsMadenoid and tonsils hypertrophy 
 jeni saimon5 yrsFadenoid hypertrophy
 joseph swai13yrsMadenoid hypertrophy
20/06/19salimon kisai2 yrsMPost PTO
24-06-19jeni aruni5yrsFADENOID HYPERTROPHY
 meckline robert7yrshypertrophy tonsils and adenoid
24-06-19Angel mollel18 yrsFshorteningof the achilles tendon
24-06-19Abedinego kavishe3 yrsMVarus deformity
01-Jul-19meshack omary Mpost tonsillectomy
02-Jul-19Jane samson Fpost adenotonsillectomy
03-Jul-19Ivan Godson MPos-tadenoid hypertrophy
01-07-019Emiliana joseph4yrsFHypertrophied tonsils and adenoid
01-07-019Nufaysia ramadhani14yrsFChronic tonsillitis
01-07-019Arafu msafir10yrsMHypertrophied tonsils and adenoid
01-07-019Ethan Alex1yrMpost adenotonsillectomy
01-07-019Faudhia rajab1YRSFRickets
17-07-019Namja salim6monthsFMalnutrition
04-Jul-19abdul sambwena18yrsMIntestinal obstruction secondary to adhesion
08-Jul-19Christina john6yrsFNasal turbinates
11-07-019mariam akubo5YRSFNasal turbinates
08-07-019Joseph Swai13Mpost adenotonsillectomy
01-06-019Shedrack Mamasita4yrsMExtensive burn wound
7/15/019Joseph abraham11yrsMSurgical site infection
15-07-019Sosteness thadui6yrsMPost hydrocelectomy
15-07-019musa laanyuni4yrsMInguinal hernia
18-07-019fahadi alhaji4yrsMOsteogenic imerfecta
25-Jul-01zakayo lemali2yrsMadenoid hypertrophy
08-Feb-19Claver John7YRSMSpastic diplegia
25/07/019Zakayo lemalali2yrsMTonsils hypertrophy
15/08/019Calvin  Msende19yrsMRt.femur fracture
18/07/2019Musa laanyuni4yrsMInguinal hernia
23/7/2019Lucy Daniel8yrsFSupracondylar fracture
25 /07/2019Adrian daniel3yrsMChronic tonsillis
05-08-019Pitson Godfrey19YRSMHydrocele
25 /07/2019Abigael Daudi2yrsFThyroglossal duct cyst
05/08/019Godlisten Loishiye3monthsMBilateral inguinal hernia
05-Aug-01Mogan Emmanuel1yrsMChronic tonsillis
05-Aug-01Anjela Metawasi18yrsFFused tendon
06-Aug-01Felex Ndakidem18YRSMRt.femur fracture
12-Aug-01Aberinego  Melkiory3yrsMValgus deformity
15-08-019Jesca  Joel1yrsFChronic tonsillis
16/08/019Joshua  James1monthMBilateral hydrocele
16/08/020Beckam Willium7yrsMValgus deformity
16/08/021Aman Mollel10 yrsMMalunion radial/ulnar right
19/08/2019Fahadi Alhaji4yrsMOsteogenesis imperfecta
12-08-019Adonai  Frank1 yrMAdenoid hypertrophy
22-08-019Mosses  Mollel19YRSMPost -ORIF
22-08-019Loleku  Shukok12 yrsMpost DFO
22-08-019Queen Jeremia10YRSFArthritis
22-08-019Nosim  Nyaru3YRSFCongenital valgus deformity
26/08/2019Patrick  Samwel3monthMAdenoid hypertrophy

 ItemYear 2021OctSepAugJulJunMayAprMarFebJan
outreach12990           
FoodStaff Meals6126 564594917739991585714544478
 Children Meals3259 486258309748498253199262246
 CTC Meals358 1002388147     
 Balancing Item325  325       
 Paul1322 1001005030027250150150150
 Outreach Maggie350 5050505050100   
 Transport0          
 General750    750     
Vegetable GardenLoning'o100 5050       
 Initial Grant400  400       
donor300           
 Instagram300         300
diagnosis850           
 Dr Elibariki425 50 50505017550  
 Dr Roberts425 50 50505017550  
W.H.O. surgery226470          
Assistant Surgeons (4.5)Dr Elibariki1240  19015015060140250150150
Anaesthetists (4.5)Dr Roberts840  15015015030110250  
Scrub Nurse (2.5)W.H.O Allocations492Sept to Allocate for W.H.O.324168       
Runner (2.5)            
SURGERIESSurgeries - Letion16325 179018002543206123191569174313281172
 Surgeries - Outreach3750  60012401910     
medicines50           
 Godson50 50        
aftercare5673           
 Allen500  50505050505050150
 Fransiska450 505050505050505050
 Florah150 505050      
Awards 306  6666 66 88 20
 General Awards4072    2272    1800
 O.T. Therapy System195      195   
verify and admin3506           
 Amon950 15015015015015050505050
 Remy472 505050507250505050
 Lightness672 15015050507250505050
 Macha800 505050505050100200200
 Rodgers450 100100505050100   
 Bank Fees162 505050     12
             
Total 46016 426454746213982748803752384428844878
Number of surgeries 88 91214999989
Selian charge per surgery 228 199200270441258174194166130
Total cost per surgery 523 4744564441092542417427361542

 Item with SelianYear 2021DecNovOctSepAugJulJunMayAprMarFebJan
MachaWage 20221272  212212212212212212    
 Float  1000  1000         
 Medicines  312   312        
 Internet Bundle  474   212262       
 
Microphone Letion
  247   247        
 Compouter  705     705      
 Mic  120     120      
 Courses  3282    3282       
 Paid to Macha7412              
                 
Paul  40542832  212212212212424212712212212212
Maggie  936636  212212212       
                 
LetionWage  4000  400400400400400400400400400400
 Teresia  262  150112        
 House Mother  150  150         
 House Mother  150  150         
 Watchman  150  150         
 Food  2928  530262262262250250250250362250
 Fuel and Car  400  400         
 Admin = Phone  70  70         
 Medicines  92   92        
 Funeral  242   242        
 Gift  212    212       
 Medical  2604     180  1944480  
 Phone  300         300  
 CAR  7480       7480    
 Paid to Zilper19040              
                 
Total paid to Warriors
   29920            
                 
Extras to Selian   430            
                 
Total Paid to Seliam
   41752            
    USDAUSTZHChildper CHILD USDper child AUSper child TZH      
    $72,102$99,347166,195,11079$913$1,2582,103,736      

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Baby, please don't go

62 years ago I was born in Sydney. I stayed a week. I’m a Melburnian!!

 

Being on the spectrum I am hard wired positive, sometimes intimidatingly so and until recently, always looking forward to what’s next.

 

Right now, this is the lowest I’ve ever felt; not that the world will end soon low; just a long flat dull thud kind of low. For me joy is harder to find than it has ever been.

 

And I can feel many of you are the same way. Not a week goes by without an increasing number of you making some form of contact to talk about the possibility of selling up and moving on.

 

In many ways who can blame you – we have gone in our own minds, from the best city to damn near the worst. We are the laughingstock of Aus, despised by the Europeans and seen as laggards by the rest of the world in saving our planet. In our own minds. And all this whilst we are locked up, starved of friendships and worried about our futures. This is seemingly our lot as Melburnians.

 

Many think that at month’s end there will be some honeymoon champagne drinking for the more fortunate ones, but no earth-shattering, switch-flicking from all is wrong to all is right.

 

We have been relatively ravaged as Beirut has been, as Razzaq has been, as New York was 20 years ago. We are involved in collective trauma, the likes many of us have never experienced before.  So why would you not want to leave – to run – to look for life that is greener, sunnier, more vibrant on the other side of the hill.

 

Please, I am not about to suggest some jingoistic C’mon Melbourne campaign, although it wouldn’t hurt. In fact, I am not going to suggest or tell anybody how to deal with anything or how you should feel. It may seem unacceptable to many but I am even starting to feel a softer spot for the protesters, the anti vaxers, as I do for the medical teams and police. Things are less black and white for me in the 2000-2019 world’s most livable city than they were even a few months ago.

 

I have lost clear sense of my identity, of my community’s identity, of my beloved Melbourne’s identity. I am not as clear on who a Melburnian is. I want to get that back.

 

Yeah, I know chin up and soldier on and I will; but right now, it just doesn’t cut the mustard the same way it once did.

 

PTSD has become an acronym that we not only get conceptually, but we are now getting a version of by living in Melbourne.

 

I am not sure if any of the above helps you or me but I think acceptance is one of those stages of loss, as is anger. I am more regularly finding I have to ask – did you really just say that Mal? Is that how you really feel? Or was that a visceral reaction to your current circumstances – away from that specific interaction that you just seemingly lost your marbles in?

 

I have an underlying feeling of disturbance, an increasing sense of loss, and that back of mind experience of blunt force trauma. And like you, I am some way from fully getting over things, despite my channelling otherwise. AND I have less reason logically to feel that my difficulties are comparable to yours. I am extremely lucky by any standard, extremely well off by any measurement and yet I still feel a little lost.

Despite my insecurities, I hope I have the right to say: Baby please don’t go.

 

I really don’t want to miss you. I want to see you and have a joke or an argument with you. And not over that bloody zoom, over a real coffee or beer or even a vegan smoothie.

 

I can’t promise you things will get better in a hurry, for some they will, but for many the events in Melbourne in the last 18 months will leave scars, big scars, traumatic scars.

 

And we can place blame and we can act in a manner that in past times we wouldn’t have thought we would – but I am not sure that will help you or me or Melbourne.

 

We can start to heal by mass pills, mass therapy, mass escape to the country – but will that be right for you or me or Melbourne? I don’t really know.

 

But you are needed. Really needed now.

 

Can we ask you not to go, can we ask you to think how you can rebuild our great community, our great city – one brick, one coffee, one cry at a time?

 

Baby please don’t go. Please be a Melbourne hero and stay and help.

 

Especially if you have money and resources, please stay and help us rebuild our city, our true identity, ourselves. Please don’t abandon Melbourne physically whilst you are recovering emotionally. You are traumatized, just like we all are in some way. Is this the right time to move – why not give Melbourne one more chance?

 

Melburnians are going to need you to walk in the hills again and feel special, they will need you to go to dinner and be loving, they want you to come to a show and laugh, a game and boo, a beach and swim.

 

Melburnians, many of whom have lost so much, need you to do a Kylie and come back or stay and help us all get back on our feet. You know Melbourne was great, the people are great and whoops I almost said it, let’s make Melbourne great again.

 

Whether you are a Catholic, a Collingwood supporter or a Comanchero we need you to stay.

 

If you’re an antivaxxer, anti Vic or just an anti. You’re not really an anti – you’re a Melburnian with an opinion and we need you. And we need you to not only hang in there, when you are ready, we need you to push through, to love again, the little things, the big things, to love Melbourne.

 

If you are a Melburnian and non-violent, you are wanted. Really wanted. We need you.

 

And we need you to give Melbourne a big hug and we need you to stay, please – just give it another twelve months before you make any life-changing decision. Melbourne is worth it, Melburnians are worth it, and you are worth it. Surely we have some credits for all those great years together!

 

Baby, please don’t go.