More equipment for the cleft babies
30th May, 2019
A huge thank you to Jane Sibley who has sourced, packed and sent all this feeding equipment to the mums and babies with cleft lips and palates who urgently need them in Uganda. Interface has paid for the equipment and transport.
Interface funds Microsurgery Course
30th May, 2019
Thank you to Andrew Hodges for providing this report from the Microsurgery Masterclass he attended.
Report on BAPRAS microsurgery masterclass 20-21st May 2019
Andrew Hodges 29th May 2019
Interface generously funded my flight and course fees to enable me to attend the BAPRAS microsurgery master class in Oxford.
We have been performing microsurgery at CoRSU and CORU in Kampala, Uganda since 2005. As described in a paper by Citron, we initially did not have acceptable success rates. However, over the years we have been [...]
INTERFACE FUNDS MANAGEMENT OF FACIAL TRAUMA COURSE FOR UGANDAN SURGEONS
7th May, 2019
Interface Uganda has funded the course fees, flights and accommodation for George Galiwango and Naomi Kekisa from CoRSU hospital to attend a Management of Facial Trauma course in Nairobi, Kenya.
Here is their report:
April 2019 Management of Facial Trauma report
FEEDING BOTTLES ON THEIR WAY TO CORSU HOSPITAL
1st May, 2019
The latest feeding equipment delivery is on its way to CoRSU hospital. Sourced, packed up and sent by Jane Sibley (cleft lip and palate specialist nurse). Without these special bottles and teats, the babies born with clefts cannot feed properly, resulting in malnutrition and starvation. They need feeding up and to gain weight before they can undergo surgery for their cleft lip and or palate.