On the night of the 2002 Bali bombings, our lives were changed forever.
Being amongst the first Australian medicos on that devastating scene and working closely with local emergency crews and hospitals we witnessed first hand some of the issues facing their health services.
Since then we have committed ourselves to improving the health standards of the region. In particular the health of impoverished children. In partnership with local Governments we are implementing programmes that will assist with prevention of common illnesses.
With donated medical equipment and the help of the Indonesian Consulate we started shipping containers of recycled medical gear into the poorest areas of Bali and beyond.
The Marsh Foundation is now the number one medical equipment recycling group in the region.