Rotifunk Hospital

Once the premier hospital in Sierra Leone, Rotifunk Hospital (re-dedicated as the Hatfield Archer Memorial Hospital in 2014) now struggles to care for the residents of the area with limited resources. Located on 11 acres of land, the hospital has a campus of 12 buildings. The hospital serves 145,000 people in the Moyamba District, where the top health problems are tuberculosis, malaria, dysentery, complications from childbirth, and lower respiratory problems.

In 2004, Haugesund Rotifunk of Norway learned of the hospital’s need and took on the enormous project of rebuilding the hospital campus that had been nearly destroyed in the 1991-2002 civil war. Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital began in 2013 following a visit to Wrightsville Beach by Bishop Yambasu from Sierra Leone. After hearing about the dire need in Rotifunk, the church accepted the call to re-establish and support the Rotifunk Hospital. Since then, Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital has become a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (your contributions are 100% tax deductible) and works in partnership with Haugesund Rotifunk, The North Carolina and Sierra Leone Conferences of the United Methodist Church, and other faith-based and civic groups in a global partnership to bring relief to this impoverished region.

Rotifunk Hospital aka Hatfield Archer Memorial Hospital

Our mission is helping Hatfield Archer Memorial Hospital (HAMH) in Rotifunk to become a fully functioning, self-sustaining hospital and community health center. We’re striving to provide health education outreach and improved sanitation to help future generations break the cycle of disease and poverty in the Moyamba District of Sierra Leone, one of the poorest areas in the world.

But there’s so much more help needed to raise their health and economic standards of living. Make our mission your mission. Please consider a 100% tax deductible donation or click here to see how you can help.




Message from Rotifunk

*Video published November 2016. Health and poverty statistics are from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication, but no warranty, expressed or implied, is made regarding accuracy.

Meet Dr. Asante Fidel

Dr. Asante Fidel of the Hatfield Archer Memorial Hospital in Rotifunk, Sierra LeoneDr. Asante Fidel was announced as the new physician at HAMH in May 2018. He grew up in Ghana, the son of a hospital HR executive. He completed medical school in the Ukraine and has been in Sierra Leone since 2016. His surgical experience included 60 hernias and 35 C-sections before joining the team in Rotifunk. Dr. Asante is very interested in Biomedical Engineering and even developed a prosthetic arm using 3-D printing technology. He’s already making a huge impact at HAMH and we’re thankful for his leadership. —contributed by Dr. Sam Spicer, MOH Board Chair

And in the shadow of Your wings I will take refuge until destruction passes by…

— Psalm 57:1

Rotifunk Hospital

Rotifunk Hospital aka Hatfield Archer Memorial Hospital

Once the premier hospital in Sierra Leone, Rotifunk Hospital (re-dedicated as the Hatfield Archer Memorial Hospital in 2014) now struggles to care for the residents of the area with limited resources. Located on 11 acres of land, the hospital has a campus of 12 buildings. The hospital serves 145,000 people in the Moyamba District, where the top health problems are tuberculosis, malaria, dysentery, complications from childbirth, and lower respiratory problems.

In 2004, Haugesund Rotifunk of Norway learned of the hospital’s need and took on the enormous project of rebuilding the hospital campus that had been nearly destroyed in the 1991-2002 civil war. Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital began in 2013 following a visit to Wrightsville Beach by Bishop Yambasu from Sierra Leone. After hearing about the dire need in Rotifunk, the church accepted the call to re-establish and support the Rotifunk Hospital. Since then, Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital has become a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (your contributions are 100% tax deductible) and works in partnership with Haugesund Rotifunk, The North Carolina and Sierra Leone Conferences of the United Methodist Church, and other faith-based and civic groups in a global partnership to bring relief to this impoverished region.

Our mission is helping Hatfield Archer Memorial Hospital (HAMH) in Rotifunk to become a fully functioning, self-sustaining hospital and community health center. We’re striving to provide health education outreach and improved sanitation to help future generations break the cycle of disease and poverty in the Moyamba District of Sierra Leone, one of the poorest areas in the world.

Message from Rotifunk

*Video published November 2016. Health and poverty statistics are from sources believed to be reliable for the time of publication, but no warranty, expressed or implied, is made regarding accuracy.

But there’s so much more help needed to raise their health and economic standards of living. Make our mission your mission. Please consider a 100% tax deductible donation or click here to see how you can help.




Meet Dr. Asante Fidel

Dr. Asante Fidel of the Hatfield Archer Memorial Hospital in Rotifunk, Sierra LeoneDr. Asante Fidel was announced as the new physician at HAMH in May 2018. He grew up in Ghana, the son of a hospital HR executive. He completed medical school in the Ukraine and has been in Sierra Leone since 2016. His surgical experience included 60 hernias and 35 C-sections before joining the team in Rotifunk. Dr. Asante is very interested in Biomedical Engineering and even developed a prosthetic arm using 3-D printing technology. He’s already making a huge impact at HAMH and we’re thankful for his leadership. —contributed by Dr. Sam Spicer, MOH Board Chair

And in the shadow of Your wings I will take refuge until destruction passes by…

— Psalm 57:1

from Psalm 57:1