Volunteering on a Surgical Mission: An Insight from Lead Nurse, Raj Mashiana

Our 2019 lead nurse, Raj Mashiana, writes about her role this year on the mission, reflecting on coordinating the patient care and nursing team before and after the mission. Read more

Q&A Series – Raj Mashiana

In this Q&A series we will be speaking with some of the people who help to drive the work of Project Harar. We had a chat with one of our lead nurses, Raj, who has volunteered with Project Harar for six years! Read more

Dolls of Life

Dolls of Life are a wonderful fundraising initiative created by a mother and daughter duo. They make one of a kind dolls from carefully curated vintage textiles and up-cycled materials. For every doll bought, one child in Ethiopia will receive surgery for a cleft lip. Read more

Spotlight on Cherubism

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. This article discusses Cherubism, a rare genetic condition which has affected some of our patients. Read more

Q&A Series – Calum Honeyman

In this Q&A series we will be speaking with some of the people who help to drive the work of Project Harar. We had a chat with one of our doctors, Calum, who has volunteered with Project Harar for five years! Read more

Nurses Pub Quiz

We would like to thank everyone who attended the nurses pub quiz at the City Flogger on Friday 25th January!   The event raised over £1000 - an incredible amount which will contribute to the Complex Surgical Mission! Read more