As well as performing life changing oporations throughout the year Project Harar is dedicated to make sure what we do is done to the highest level possible. For this reason every year we carry out reaserch to better understand the impact of our work. By learning about the people we help and what changes our work has provided we can better help patients in future. To learn more about our research please explore the following pages.
In February 2011 Project Harar began a ground-breaking piece of research, evaluating our previous treatment and assessing how we can best help future cleft patients living in the poorest, rural areas.
Following field research conducted in spring 2011 with 400 patients treated for cleft lip/palate, this rural noma project will audit the quality of facial reconstructive surgical care and the social outcomes for patients with noma, a gangrenous tropical disease caused by malnutrition.
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