Child-Help supports the out-reach team of Bethany Kids in Kenya and financed a new car so that the team can safely take care of our children in 14 different locations…
In collaboration with Cure Hydrocephalus a shunt-protocol was developed. A proposal was sent to all surgeons with whom we collaborate, and their input was processed into formal guidelines. All current…
Happy and Healthy New Year!We start 2018 with the World Folic Acid Awareness Week! Folic acid is key to reducing the risk of most neural tube defects. Still far too…
A new study has been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, "Endoscopic Treatment versus Shunting for Infant #Hydrocephalus in #Uganda". A total of 100 infants were enrolled in a trial with…

Together we are strong

22 December 2017
When Graham Fiegen, the South African neurosurgeon in Cape Town, read Zubeida’s story about Ashley-Ann (see below) he wrote:  ASBAH( the South Africa spina bifida association) is one of the…
In Sudan, our local parent group, the Spina Bifida Federal Association (SBFA), decided to celebrate the International day for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus in their own way. On the 2nd…
Not yet. Hizkiel, the son of Beza, the chair person of SBH Hope , the Ethiopian spina bifida en hydrocephalus association shows us how we can control the growth of…
IF and Child-Help organised in Mombasa their biannual African workshop. 90 participants from Nigeria to Sudan and even from The Philippines shared their findings and expertise. The long cooperation with…

Exhausted in pain

16 November 2017
Pierre Mertens tells his story from the three worlds in which he has spent his life. "I am a visual artist and therefore I illustrated this essay with images of artworks…

In between two chairs

28 October 2017
In Dublin, I was looking for collaboration with the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS), a 6O-year-old umbrella organization for spinal injuries. ISCoS started after the Second World War for the…
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