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May Newsletter 2020

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Author: Rose Edwards

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Our Impact

9,500

Ethiopian health and social workers trained in cleft management  

1,100

Patients with cleft lip and palate treated last year 

8,000

Patients treated in Ethiopia with cleft or complex facial conditions since 2001

Latest news

  • Spotlight on Noma

    As part of our Complex Surgical Mission we treat patients who have very severe cases of facial disfigurement – some of these include Noma, large facial tumours known as Ameloblastomas, Trismus (Lockjaw) and abnormal bone tissue growths such as Cherubism. Read more

  • Spotlight on Ameloblastoma

    As part of our Complex Surgical Mission we treat patients who have very severe cases of facial disfigurement – some of these include Noma, large facial tumours known as Ameloblastomas, Trismus (Lockjaw) and abnormal bone tissue growths such as Cherubism. Read more

  • Spotlight on Trismus

    As part of our Complex Surgical Mission we treat patients who have very severe cases of facial disfigurement – some of these include Noma, large facial tumours known as Ameloblastomas, Trismus (Lockjaw) and abnormal bone tissue growths such as Cherubism. Read more