improves mother and child care in Afrika
Organization and location:
Stichting Mount Meru, located in Veghel, Chamber of Commerce 63337657
Mount Meru Foundation
5462 GL Veghel
Tel. 0630388322 ( Anna Lied Poelstra-Sanders)
ANBI/Tax number: 855192835
Margriet van der Weel-Roem (chairman)
Anna Lied Poelstra-Sanders (treasurer)
Saja Erens (secretary)
Lucie Driessen( member)
The Mount Meru Foundation wants to contribute to improving mother and child care in Africa. The Foundation wants to share its expertise and experience in obstetrics and ultrasound with colleagues in Africa.
The Foundation intends to use the funds received to train ultrasound technicians and to purchase ultrasound equipment that will be made available to colleagues in Africa.
The board members do not receive any compensation.
Support the past year:
The Mount Meru Foundation has received financial support from various individuals in 2021. The board members have not claimed any expenses or received any compensation for their activities.
The Foundation receives annual donations from a number of loyal donors.
The costs for the website has been donated by our website administrator.
In 2017, the Foundation received an interest-free loan of 5000 euros from a donor. Every year 1000 euros of the loan is donated.
The packaging campaign also yielded a nice amount of more than €2000 in 2021.
The Foundation has both a current and a savings account.
Financial reporting income 2021:
|Donations (regular donors / /spontaneous donations etc.)
Financial reporting expenses 2021:
|Training costs “Additional training of our graduated sonographer”
|Other small material/printing/PR
Training costs “Additional training sonographer”:
Due to the corona pandemic and the revision of the ultrasound training, the training was closed in 2021 and no candidate could start the training in 2021 at the academic hospital KCMC in Moshi.
The Foundation has found Regina Namumba , a highly experienced sonographer with whom the Foundation worked fruitfully at the Mount Meru hospital in Arusha , willing to provide intensive hands-on training to our graduate sonographer Jackline Shirima. Regina now works in Tabora at the Mamola hospital 800 km away from Arusha.
The travel accommodation and training costs were paid by the Foundation.
Monthly fees must be paid to the bank.
It can be noted that due to the corona, testing of the ultrasound devices to be purchased has been delayed and the purchase of the ultrasound devices will take place at the beginning of 2022.
The devices have now been ordered but will be paid for in early 2022.
In conclusion, it can be stated that the Foundation will have a positive balance sheet of € 15783.12 in 2021. The balance of the checking and savings account on 01-01-2021 was €8314.19. In 2021 there were a number of donors and money came in through some sponsorship campaigns and other donations.
The balance on the current and savings accounts on 31-12-2021 was € 24,097.31.