MEDIA

IMPACT’s projects has received a lot of positive review n both local and international media, for example BBC og Al Jazeera. In this section you can read articles and watch videos about IMPACT’s important work. Some articles are in Norwegian.


This Tea-Seller From MP Is The First Cancer Patient To Undergo Surgery On A Train

“Apart from the restorative surgeries conducted for correcting sight, hearing, clefts, burns, orthopaedic impairment, epilepsy and dental problems, the medical teams on Lifeline Express will focus on the detection and control of oral, breast and cervical cancers, prevention of stroke and on providing family planning and health services to the people.”

Read the full article here.
Huffington Post, 27. desember 2016


Lifeline Express gets new coaches for cancer, family health services

“The two coaches, one of which will serve as Cancer Coach and the other dedicated to Family Health Services, were inaugurated by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare J P Nadda here.”

Read the full article here.
Tribune India, 08. desember 2016


These photos show how doctors help some of India’s poorest from a hospital train

“There is a different kind of train that you might see traveling deep into India’s rural areas. This train is not meant for ferrying passengers from city to city. Instead, its function is to bring precious medical care to India’s rural residents.”

Read the full article here.
Washington Post, 14. november 2016


De flytende kjøkkenhagene i Kambodsja

“Bistandsorganisasjonen Impact Norway satte i 2015 i gang et pilotprosjekt samme med blant annet The Lake Clinic, med flytende hager i Moat Klah på Tonle Sap-innsjøen for å forebygge feilernæring. Disse flytende hagene ble laget av bambusstokker og hyacinter, der det dyrkes agurk, tomater, kål og basilikum.”

Read the full article here.
Reiselykke.com, november 2016


A passage of hope on India’s hospital train

aljazeerahospitaltrain“For 25 years, the Lifeline Express has been travelling through India to bring health services to millions of Indians who are in need of surgery, treatment and diagnostics but have no access to medical care. The hospital train is their only hope for a cure. The train is the flagship of Impact India Foundation, working in partnership with the Indian Railways.”

Read the full article here.
Al Jazeera, 28.07.2016


Lifeline appeal by Ade Edmondson for Impact Foundation

A BBC Lifeline appeal by Ade Edmondson on behalf of Impact Foundation
BBC One, 25.07.2016


The Medical Train of India

medicaltrainofindiaIt’s the beginning of May in the central Indian city of Gondia, and despite the crushing heat, it seems like the entire town has come to the train station. Doctors, nurses, journalists and politicians all gather under a tent to await a very unusual arrival: the Lifeline Express.”

Read the full article here.
Roads & Kingdoms, 13.07.2016


Nye utfordringer i Kambodsja – geopolitikk, klimatiltak og vrien natur

revolt-kambodsja“Dette skaper vanskeligheter for IMPACT teamet som jobber i området. Den varierende vannstanden gjør det vanskelig å flytte de fem flytende klinikkene fra landsby til landsby. Mantraet om å kunne hjelpe alle der de er skinner likevel igjennom, og teamet samarbeider med lokale medarbeidere for å kunne skape fungerende løsninger.”

Read the full article here.
Revolt Media, 03.02.2016


A Life on the Lake

lifeonthelake“As I stood there I felt wide awake and excited to learn more about them, excited to find out why they had come to the clinic. Little did I know that I would keep on returning to this very special place and this very special NGO in the years to come.”

Read the full article here.
Mekong Experiences, 25.06.2016


Elever har gitt 316 barn et nytt liv

elevermoltemyr“For fem år siden lovet elevene på Moltemyr skole å hjelpe 80 barn hvert år til en enkel operasjon som kunne endre livene deres. De har holdt løftet og fikk en stor takk etter å ha samlet inn 243.000 kroner.”

Read the full article here.
Agderposten, 12.04.2016


Cambodia: Unlicensed to Heal

aljazeeraunlicensedtoheal“With 0.2 doctors for every 1,000 people, Cambodia has one of the world’s lowest ratios, forcing many to rely on unlicensed physicians like Cheoum.
But when a village suffered a widespread HIV outbreak after contaminated needles were used on patients, the government banned all unlicensed medics.”

Read the full article here.
Al Jazeera, 11.03.2016


“Doctors on the move: Getting Health care to far-flung places” – BBC News artikkel om IMPACTs sykehustog i India

“One charity has teamed up with the Indian government and railways to convert trains into roving hospitals that use over 75,000 km of India’s railways to reach people in the remotest corners of the country…

Read the full article here.
BBC News, 24 Januar 2016


Helping Babies Breathe (The Lake Clinic Cambodia)

Helping babies breathe in remote floating villages, Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia
American Academy of Pediatrics, 21.01.2016


“Det handler om å dele” – en fin artikkel som omtaler IMPACTs grønnsakhageprosjekt i Bangladesh

“Å dele idèer på denne måten har ført til noe større. Hvordan da? Q eies av Kavlifondet (www.kavlifondet.no). En stiftelse som gir overskuddet til gode formål. Går Q med overskudd, øker Kavlifondets evne til å hjelpe. For eksempel som dette prosjektet Bangladesh…

Read the full article here.
Q-sjef Bent Myrdahl, 18 Januar 2016


HOSPITAL ON WHEELS – An initiative by Impact India foundation & Indian railways

hospitalsonwheels
Klikk her for å se video.

Vimeo, 11.08.2015


“Helserevolusjon på fremmarsj” – interessant artikkel om barns overlevelse og IMPACTs mammagrupper i Bangladesh

“Barns overlevelse styrer alt. Dødeligheten for barn under fem år regnes som den tydeligste indikatoren på et lands velferd. Barnehelse er komplisert og strukturelt betinget. Impact Foundation Bangladesh ønsker å sette kvinner i front for å bidra til en helserevolusjon…

Read the full article here.
Revolt Media, 28 Juli 2015


“Å gjøre en forskjell” – Impacts markedssjef, Kristin, månedens gjest i Magasinet Reiselykke

“Nå overlates hotelldriften til de ansatte. Og Kristins engasjement får i stedet utløp andre steder. I dag er hun markedssjef i bistandsorganisasjonen Impact Norway, som blant annet arbeider for å bedre helsen blant innbyggerne på Tonlé Sap i Kambodsja, med prosjektene The Lake Clinic og flytende hager

Read the full article here.
Revolt Media, 19 Juni 2015


“Fra muffins til operasjoner” – koselig lesing om ildsjelen Anette som samlet inn penger til IMPACT allerede som 11-åring

“Tenk deg at du står som 11-åring på den lokale butikken og selger muffins med en lapp om halsen hvor det står «selv blant de fattigste lever det mennesker på utsiden». Pengene går ikke i din lomme, du leverer dem fra deg til organisasjonen IMPACT Norway, som gjør om dine muffins til nødvendige operasjoner for barn og voksne i fattige land…

Read the full article here.
Revolt Media, 26 Mars 2015


“Håp om bedre fremtid med flytende hager” – informativ artikkel om vårt prosjekt på The Lake Clinic i Kambodsja

“Impact Norway har startet et pilotprosjekt med flytende hager på Tonle Sap-innsjøen for å forebygge feilernæring. Studier viser at 2/3 av barn i skolealder er underernærte, og så mye som 40% er rammet av vekstretardasjon, som betyr at kroppen ikke utvikler seg normalt. Dette er noe barna og etter hvert deres familier må leve med, og det er med å opprettholde fattigdommen i Kambodsja…”

Read the full article here.
Revolt Media, 18 Februar 2015


“The man who defied darkness” – flott artikkel om grunnleggeren av IMPACT Foundation Bangladesh

The man who defied darkness“Few inspire us like those who refuse to quit whatever the odds, like the man who lost his eyesight in childhood but went on to become an internationally recognised advocate for the disabled. Monsur Ahmen Chowdury, Founding Trustee, Impact Foundation Bangladesh…”

Read the full article here.
Dhaka Tribunal, Bangladesh, 3. Desember 2014


Impact Norway på ATN News i Bangladesh

Peter ATN News

Intervju med Peter Daae, Grunnlegger og Daglig Leder av IMPACT Norway, og Generalkonsul til Bangladesh i Oslo, på Editorial – på ATN News som er den største Engelskspråklige TV kanalen i Bangladesh.

Se hele innslaget her.
Editorial, ATN NEWS, Bangladesh, 16 November 2014


Om The Lake Clinic i The International Journal of Rural and Remote Health Reaserch

TLC Rural & Remote“Despite the challenges, TLC has been able to achieve a significant goal: to provide primary care medical services to a remote area of Cambodia where no medical services were previously available. TLC strives to strengthen healthcare delivery with the goal to provide the best possible care in the region. New partnerships have allowed laboratory capacity and a formalized hospital referral system for pediatric patients beginning in 2014…”

Read the full article here.
The International Electric Journal of Rural and Remote Health Reaserch, 8 Mai 2014


Om IMPACTs Lifeline Express i The Economic Times

Lifeline Express Economic Times
“Lifeline Express is the world’s first hospital-train! Established in 1991, the train has travelled the length and breadth of the country, bringing medical aid and relief to the most far-flung, inaccessible areas…”

Read the full article here.
The Economic Times, 7 Mai 2014


Om IMPACT Norway i Sandefjords Blad

Impact Norway Sandefjords Blad
“Organisasjonen Impact gjør et fantastisk arbeid. Den tar tak i reelle problemer med mål om å forebygge unødvendig funksjonsnedsettelse hos fattige mennesker…”

Read the full article here.
Sandefjords Blad, 24 Mars 2014


Dokumentar om Jibon Tari, IMPACTs sykehusbåt i Bangladesh på Al Jazeera

The Cure: Bangladesh’s Floating Hospital, Part 1
Al Jazeera, 3 September 2013


The Cure: Bangladesh’s Floating Hospital, Part 2
Al Jazeera, 3 September 2013


Dokumentar om Lifeline Express, IMPACTs sykehustog i India på BBC.


Lifeline Express – India’s Hospital Train
BBC, 6 Juli, 2012Innslag om IMPACTs Flytende Sykehus Jibon Tari på CNN

Jibon Tari, Making a difference – one smile at the time.
Breaking News CNN, 24 March 2011


IMPACT Bangladesh Foundation mottar Stars Foundations Impact Awards for beste globale helseprosjekt

Stars Foundation Impact Awards Best Helth Initiative
“Established in 1993, Impact Foundation Bangladesh (IFB) works to prevent and treat disability through health centres and community based activities. The organisation operates the innovative ‘floating hospital’ along the riverways to target hard-to-reach, marginalised communities”

Les mer her.
Stars Foundations Impact Awards, 2010


Om IMPACT i Agderposten

Barn hjelper barn - Agderposten Moltemyr Nov 2010
“Denne uken gikk startskuddet for Moltemyr skoles håndsrekning til fattige barn i Bangladesh. Målet er å hjelpe 80 barn årlig til en enkel operasjon som bedrer funksjon og livskvalitet for barn med øyesykdom, klumpfot eller hareskår”

Les mer her.
Agderposten, 27 September 2010


Om grunnleggeren av IMPACT Foundation Bangladesh i The Daily Star

Monsour The daily star

 

Monsur lost his eyesight but never his vision. This is the tale of the first blind student to receive Master’s degree from Dakha University”

Read the full article here.
The Daily Star, 10 Februar 2007


Om IMPACTs Flytende sykehus i BBC News


“A floating hospital has been launched in Bangladesh by the Impact Foundation, an international charity which specialises in helping disabled people and the poor. The aim is to bring surgical treatment to areas accessible only by river, where there are no hospitals and few medical facilities”

Read the full article here.
BBC News, 11 April 1999


Se flere videoer fra søsterstiftelsen IMPACT UK her.