For the IF conference in Genth Pierre Mertens wrote an introduction for the ethical debate on access to care for children and adults with spina bifida. He gave an historical…
Child-Help was present at the 50 – year celebration of ASBH and hands over a picture as present to the ASBH board. This picture made the cover already in 2013…
Pierre Mertens travelled beginning of September together with Liliane Bollaerts and Ihor Vitenko to the Ukraine, for an intensive and explorative mission. He again has had a moved work visit,…
On the eve of the IF Turning Points conference, on October 27th, Child-Help organizes together with the Flemisch Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus (VSH) and the Province of East…
Child-Help International director, Pierre Mertens, has returned from a succesful mission in the Philippines, where he has met with several partners and has put them in contact with each other. The start sign…
In close collaboration with IF's member APEBI in Argentina, Child-Help supports efforts to empower parent organizations in Latin America. At the working visit to Bolivia parents and professional mapped the…
Pierre Mertens, the director of Child-Help International, is planning his visit to the Philippines next week. He wants to empower parent organizations. Child-Help already donates some shunts and will cooperate with Cure Hydrocephalus…
A while back we reported on our website about the establishment of the parent group APEBI in Bolivia. Child-Help supports APEBI, in co-operation with the Argentinean APEBI organization. We are…
Only recently did our experts and our founder Pierre Mertens return from the training sessions of the newly started outreach team of Bethany Kids in Kenya and from a visit…
Paediatrician Dr. Alma worked for us from the start of our project in Dar es Salaam. When CCBRT stopped services for our target group she continued to follow up some…
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