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Restoring Smiles for Refugees in Gambella

In March 2022, South Sudanese refugees from the Gambella region with cleft lip or palate were received by Project Harar in Addis Ababa, they were provided with access to surgery and treatment. They travelled large distances and endured harsh living conditions in the refugee camps, and many children suffered of cleft. This is their story.

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Author: Liz Muntunkaye

Don't Ask the Dragon — by Lemn Sissay, signed by Lemn Sissay

Advance purchase. Lemn is 'auctioning' 100 signed copies of his brand new children's book, 'Don't Ask the Dragon' for £150 per copy, each book will transform a child's life.

Project Harar receives partnerships for global health grant from THET

We are pleased to announce that we have received a partnerships for global health grant from THET (Tropical Health and Education Trust) - supporting a multidisciplinary surgical training programme, including surgical, anaesthetic and nursing training, in collaboration with Yekatit-12 Government Hospital, Addis Ababa.

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Author: Rose Edwards

Our Impact

9,800

Ethiopian health and social workers trained in cleft management  

516

Infants and children affected by cleft lip and palate treated in 2021

9,561

Infants, children and young people treated in Ethiopia with cleft or complex facial conditions since 2001

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