When the puzzle fits

28 August 2017
The German paediatrician Dr. Theresa Harbauer invited Pierre Mertens to Haydom to attend a seminar about Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. Haydom is a small town in the middle of Tanzania,…
Lieven Bauwens, chairman of our partner-organization IF, the International Federation for Spine Bifida and Hydrocephalus addressed the member states during a conference of the United Nations. During his speech, he…
The Flemish Association for Spina Bifida (VHS) contributes to the Child-Help project in Rwanda. Hugo Van Den Berghe, secretary of VHS, provides additional Child-Help material to the hospital of our…
Sofie was born with a disability. She spent her childhood in the hospital, rather than at school. During her whole life, she has been fighting to stay alive. Today she…
Usratuna is a rehabilitation center located in Juba, South-Sudan. Even during these difficult times of conflict and unstability, Usratuna keeps fighting for the quality of life of children with an…
A new exciting project in Tanzania! Together with the paediatric team in Haydom, Tanzania, the German pediatrician Dr. Theresa Harbauer is taking care of the postoperative treatment of children with…
In Kijabe, located in Kenia, Bethany Kids has founded a boarding school for children with a physical impairment. De school is fully adjusted to the needs of her students, offering…
Child-Help just signed an agreement with OVCI La Nostra Famiglia in Juba (South Sudan) to train their staff in Mbale to improve the care for children with Spina Bifida and…
“We should all write our stories,” Pierre Mertens told Faith Musyimi Ngaru or Mama Kyla when he learned that she is a journalist. They made a commitment: Pierre promised to…
On 21 April 2017, the newly founded Ethiopian association of neurosurgeons took Spina Bifida as the main theme of the inauguration event. The Ethiopian parent support group Hope SBH presented…
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