In her book "Dead Aid, why development aid is not working and how there is another way for Africa” Dambisa Moyo, a Zambian economist, makes up the painful balance of development…
Access to treatment remains a big challenge for most of our children. The three children on the photo's are among many whose parents gave up when treatment was delayed. Child-Help…
Only a small proportion of children in Africa gets timely surgery. This causes huge additional handicaps to these untreated children. Every call to assistance that Child-Help does in Africa shows…
On the 8thof November the Spina Bifida association of Sudan conducted with SFPA a successful workshop on prevention and care of Spina Bifida. More than 20 participants came represented the…
Child-Help supports already many years the Spina Bifida association of Sudan (SBFA). This support group of parents fights for better access to treatment and care in Sudan. The 5th of…
At the House of Hope in Dar es Salaam, pediatrician Theresa Harbauer assisted by the Tanzania trainer Hidaya Alawi are training 16 nurses from Zanzibar, Mombasa and Dar es salaam…

Four boys

27 October 2018
This photo shows that a training in continence management also brings a lot of fun and pleasure. Buried among other boys, our trainer Johannes Urban enjoyed the special relation he…
Dr. Rezina Hamid organized an event in her hospital in Bangladesh on the World Spina Bifida day. More than 250 persons including babies joined the celebration. The 25th of October…
Nurse Marie Prestel teaches catheterization while pediatrician Johannes Urban checks the kidneys of all children with ultrasound. Determining the type of bladder is the basis of each individual continence plan.…

ETV/CPC in France?

22 October 2018
The French neurosurgeon Marie Malfioto had a very interesting week at our partner Cure in Mbale to learn more about ETV+ CPC technique and global management of children with hydrocephalus.…
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