Humanitarian aid ambulance; The capitation of ambulances is below the world average in the sub-Saharan regions of Africa. In particular, it is extremely restrictive to reach hospitals and clinics from rural areas. The seasonal transmission of ambulance services to patients is vitally important, especially to improve the chances of survival of newborns. In Senegal, Ford or Mercedes ambulances are preferred for services. It takes an average of four weeks to transfer Mercedes ambulances from Turkey to Senegal. The motors of Humanitarian Aid ambulances that are used in Senegal are generally 3 or 4 euros. We designed the Ford ambulance as a type of patient transfer and placed a scoop stretcher, chair stretcher and backboard in it. In addition, there is a birth set for newborns and the central ambulance stretcher is suitable for the baby incubator. On request, an incubator can be mounted on the stretcher. There is also a ventilation device located in the incubator to allow newborns to breathe during the time elapsed during their stay in the hospital.