Humanitarian Aid Ambulance; The capitation of ambulances below the world’s average in the sub-Saharan regions of Africa. Especially it is exceedingly compelling to reach hospitals and clinics from rural areas. Transmitting ambulance services seasonably to the patients has vital importance, especially in improving the chance of living the newborn babies. It is preferred Ford or Mercedes ambulances for the services in Senegal. It takes averagely four weeks to transmit Mercedes ambulances from Turkey to Senegal. The engines of Humanitarian Aid Ambulance that are using in Senegal are generally 3 or 4 eur. We designed the Ford ambulance as patient transfer type and located scoop stretcher, chair stretcher, and spine board in it. Besides, there is a birth set for newborn babies. Moreover, the central ambulance stretcher is suitable for the infant incubator. An incubator can be mounted onto the stretcher if requested. A ventilator device located in the incubator to allow newborn babies to breathe during the elapsed time while going to the hospital.
As AmbulanceMed, Macedonia is the current utilizer of our Land Cruiser Ambulance service project. A private hospital located in Skopje (Macedonia) purchased a Land Cruiser