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  • Pipeline Worldwide is a non-profit organization founded in 2008. Our mission is to focus on three main goals:
    • Create connections
    • Make sustainable change
    • Impact the lives of people
    Pipeline Worldwide is a registered 501(c)3 charity. Your charitable donation is tax-deductible. Your donation will impact lives in Eastern Africa. Pipeline has partners on-the-ground fostering sustainable change.
  • In partnership with Loft + Manor and the Sewing Hope Foundation. When you buy a bag, you...
    • INCREASE safe deliveries through the donation of birthing bags to women in Northern Uganda.
    • EMPOWER vulnerable women at St. Monica's Vocational School.
    • EDUCATE women through an adult literacy program.
    • CREATE recurring revenue and a sustainable partnership.
  • Please consider donating to Hailey Garalczyk's trip with Pipeline Worldwide this summer. Pipeline Worldwide is a non-profit organization founded in 2008. Our mission is to focus on three main goals:
    • Create connections
    • Make sustainable change
    • Impact the lives of people
    Pipeline Worldwide is a registered 503(c) charity. Your charitable donation is tax-deductible. Your donation will impact lives in Eastern Africa. Pipeline has partners on-the-ground fostering sustainable change.
  • Know someone traveling with Pipeline Worldwide and you’d like to make a tax-deductible donation towards their trip cost? If so, please use our online checkout and then email info@pipelineworldwide.org with the name of who you are donating on behalf of.
  • Black Trucker Hat with Pipeline Worldwide logo. Price includes shipping within the United States.
  • Pipeline Worldwide provides safe drinking water and innovative water solutions to communities in East Africa.  Help spread the need for clean drinking water by purchasing our I Dig Your WELL t-shirt. Army green or Mauve Pipeline Worldwide I Dig Your Well shirts. Sizes Small through XXL. Price includes shipping to anywhere in the United States.
  • Project Goal: To purchase a van for Moyo Babies’ Home Cost: $17,000 Purpose/Benefit: Many children and babies become orphaned during times of conflict and forced displacement.  The nature of the conflicts in northern Uganda and across the border in South Sudan have made it especially difficult to find relatives of lost and orphaned children.  Every child deserves a safe and loving environment to grow up in and that is exactly what Moyo Babies’ Home offers to hundreds of babies and children.    Recently their only vehicle which was over a decade old broke down.  Help us to purchase a new van to help transport babies to and from the local hospital and clinics.
  • Pipeline Worldwide provides safe drinking water and innovative water solutions to communities in East Africa.  Help spread the need for clean drinking water by purchasing our I Dig Your WELL t-shirt. I Dig Your Well baseball cut shirt in Red or Black. Comes in sizes Small through XXL. Price includes shipping anywhere in the United States.
  • Goal: To design a clinic from a 40’ container that will support a refugee settlement in Northern Uganda. Cost: $30,000
  • Project Goal: Provide one container with $500,000 worth of medical supplies and equipment to Lacor Hospital benefiting over 250,000 patients seen at the hospital and surrounding clinics per year; container will then be repurposed into a bunkhouse for farmhands Cost: $35,000 Purpose/Benefit: Project C.U.R.E. is the largest provider of donated medical supplies and equipment to developing countries around the world. Lacor Hospital is a private, non-profit hospital serving more than 250,000 patients annually with a vast range of diagnostic, therapeutic and preventative medical services. Children five and under comprise 32% of the patients. The hospital is also at the forefront of health training in Uganda — 350 resident students attend the hospital’s schools for training in nursing, laboratory and anesthesia practices, health education and AIDS counseling services. Lacor also serves as a university teaching site for the Government University of Gulu Faculty of Medicine.
  • Project Goal: Provide one container with $500,000 worth of medical supplies and equipment to Moyo Hospital benefiting over 250,000 patients seen at the hospital and surrounding clinics per year; container will then be repurposed into a store for St. Thomas Aquinas College. Cost: $35,000
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    • Signage at bars, website, and social media
    • Includes one 8 top table
  • Goal: Due to the influx of refugees, the number of boda boda (motorcycle) accidents, and other trauma injuries, the need to support increased trauma in northern Uganda is a high priority.  St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor employs one of the two orthopedic surgeons who serve 4,000,000 people.  The SIGN Fracture Care initiative provides training and a lifetime of nails (implants) to St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor. Goal Cost: Partner: St. Mary's Hospital Lacor Impact: When a person living in a low- or middle-income country breaks an arm or leg, it can easily send their whole family spiraling into poverty—a breadwinner can’t work, a student can’t go to school, and a caregiver can’t provide for their family. SIGN Surgery enables a patient with a fractured bone to walk in 1 day, leave the hospital in 1 week, and be back at work in 1 month. SIGN Supporters enable us to donate surgical instruments and implants at no cost to hospitals or patients, so that every person who needs healing surgery can access it.  Dr. Sylvester has already attended training and has performed 20 SIGN Fracture Care surgeries.  He estimates that he will average 60-80 surgeries each year.  Prior to SIGN Fracture Care only 7% of tibia fractures, 0% of humerus fractures, and 57% of femur fractures were treated. 
  • Goal: According to Medical Teams International’s December 2019 staff housing study, 282 healthcare workers are serving 129,418 refugees in the Palorinya settlement in Moyo.  Of those 282 healthcare workers, only 40 of them have been provided permanent housing.  The remaining 242 healthcare workers are living in inadequate housing (tents or semi-permanent structures). In order to address this situation, Pipeline Worldwide has addressed this problem by creating the Battle of the Boxes competition. Three teams each consisting of a developer, architecture firm, construction contractor, engineering firm, university and healthcare organization. Has converted a 40' shipping container into housing that will sleep 6. It will also come fully furnished with solar power, mattresses, bedding, lighting, desk chairs, and mosquito nets. The idea was to develop 3 different prototypes and train a local team on how to convert these containers using local materials with a $15,000 budget.  These 3 prototypes will be shipped to the Palorinya settlement where 18 healthcare workers will have permanent housing.  After performance evaluation, our goal will be to build container housing for the remaining healthcare workers who are living in inadequate housing. Goal Cost:  Partner: Medical Teams International Impact: Besides providing permanent housing for 18 healthcare workers, Pipeline Worldwide will also be providing a housing prototype that is affordable, sustainable and desirable to live in.  Additionally it will empower local trades and contractors for ongoing projects.  The biggest impact will be Medical Team International’s ability to attract and retain quality healthcare workers who will improve the health and wellbeing of refugees in Palorinya.
  • Goal: The combined medical, water, and power system in the Ayillo refugee settlement, is a prototype of a comprehensive solution for a turnkey infrastructure. Through a partnership with ASU, Medical Teams International and Pipeline Worldwide, this container was installed in a location that will provide significant benefit to a deserving and resource-constrained population for years to come.  Partner: Arizona State University, Medical Teams International Impact:
    1. Clean drinking water through UV sterilization.
    2. Improved and expanded vaccine refrigeration capabilities.
    3. A new electric vaccine refrigerator and power to the onsite staff housing
    4. Over 10,000 watts of electrical power capacity with 60,000 watt-hours of battery storage.
    5. Expanded medical clinic space
    6. A 5-year maintenance warranty
    7. A remote monitoring platform for the power system.   All these services have improved the life of thousands of Sudanese refugees.
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