Come and experience an adventurous 10-day trip to the top of Mount Meru in Tanzania and visit the local village of Haydom. Child-Help's partner 'Haydom-Friends e.V.' organizes a trip to…
The House of Hope opened in Lusaka with great interest. It is located 200 meters from the main entrance of UTH, the "University Teaching Hospital" where our children are treated.…
On October 25 World Spina Bifida day, Professor Dirk De Wachter inaugurated the beautiful Child-Help exhibition "Underexposed" in Museum Dr. Guislain in Ghent. Margot Whiteford spoke about the 40 years…
Lieven Bauwens was this weekend elected as 4th president of IF. He is stepping down as Secretary General and takes over from Margo Whiteford. On the photo the 4 presidents…
Ukraine: At the request of the OPE (Ukraine Project Edegem), Child-Help visited this war-ridden country in the summer of 2016. It took a while before we came to a collaboration.…
The UTH Neurosurgery team of Lusaka is visiting the Kasama General Hospital to offer Technical support in the management of Hydrocephalus patients. They had a fruitful day in the Capital of…

The small goodness

18 August 2019
The Belgian and Dutch Embassy in Dar esSalaam invited many people in the Belgian residency for an event to create awareness for the Child-Help projects in Tanzania. Psychiatrist and writer…

Child-Help Tanzania

18 August 2019
Child-Help has a regional office in Tanzania and is investigating whether it is possible and useful to register Child-Help in Tanzania as well. During a successful network meeting at the…
Lourdes, a nurse from Guatemala, has received a week of training in continence management at PAZ Holandesa, our partner in Peru. Lourdes learned a lot from her colleague Melania Vergarra,…
On July 13 our partner NED in Zanzibar invited the parents of children with spina bifida for an information day about incontinence. Child-Help trained two nurses in the continence project…
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