Funding healthcare teams to help and teach in Uganda

Ever since Interface started as a charity in 2001, we have tried to fund surgeons, nurses, plaster technicians, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and dieticians to help and teach in various hospitals in Uganda.

Usually at least one team is funded to visit each year, and we hope to get a report from everyone who has been about their experiences, how they have helped and what recommendations they may have for future visits.

To have a read of the visitors reports, click here.

Read Jackie Fowler’s blog from July 2013 by clicking here

There are also photos and updates in the news section:

July 2013 – A team from RD&E help and teach in Uganda

November 2014 – Kagando hospital benefitting from therapy support

November 2014 – Further update from therapists at Kagando hospital

November 2014 – Update 3 Therapists now at CoRSU hospital

March 2016 – Report from Jane Sibley, cleft nurse specialist