Fund Raising

In this our inaugural year is raising funds for

Médecins Sans Frontières


Agok, Southern Sudan. 9th June 2011. Refugees flew Abyei during fighting between Northern and Southern Sudan Armies, one month before Southern Sudan’s Independance. IDP’s camp close to Awal village. Many families live under trees, without shelter, since 20th of May. Non food distribution by MSF (Medecins Sans Frontieres)
Photo Credit: Refugees assisted by Médecins Sans Frontières in South Sudan. © Corentin Fohlen/Divergence

MSF teams travel on horseback in the Mejo Woredas (division) in the Sidama Zone of Ethiopia Since 2012, MSF has been running a mother and child healthcare project in Sidama Zone of SNNPR (Southern Nations, Nationalities and People’s Region) in Ethiopia. MSF will, end of October 2014, hand-over the project to the Ministry of Health and regional authorities. MSF has mainly been working in the two Woredas (divisions) of Chire and Mejo.
Photo Credit : Médecins Sans Frontières teams travel on horseback in Ethiopia. © Matthias Steinbach

Every day 30,000 Médecins Sans Frontières field staff are providing assistance to people caught in crises in over 70 countries. came about through a desire to help others

Médecins Sans Frontières is the world’s leading independent organisation for medical humanitarian aid.  At the core of Médecins Sans Frontières’ identity is a commitment to independence, neutrality and impartiality. They provide free medical care to people who need it. It doesn’t matter which country their patients are from, which religion they belong to, or what their political affiliations are – all that matters is they are human beings in need.
Curator and Web Designer Carla Teixeira teamed up with Photographer and Gallery Owner Philip Bell and Artist Carol Dance to put together a group show. The Exhibition showcases Australian work, giving it exposure to new audiences, whilst also raising money for humanitarian aid.
Some artists are donating 50% of their work and some artists are donating their work outright. All of the gallery support is voluntary and all profits go to Médecins Sans Frontières.


Photo credit: A Médecins Sans Frontières nurse with a young child in the intensive care unit in Agok, South Sudan. © Pierre Yves Bernard/MSF
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