Cameron’s baptism

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A huge thank you to Kerry Clifford-Taylor, and her generous family and friends for raising money for Interface Uganda at Cameron’s baptism.

Cameron was born with a cleft lip and palate, and had surgery to repair it by Marc Swan (one of our trustees) at the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford. She was also cared for by Jane Sibley, the cleft lip and palate specialist nurse, who went out to Uganda with Marc Swam earlier this year to help with feeding babies and support their mothers.

On her justgiving page, Kerry writes:

Our beautiful girl hasn’t had the easiest start in life and she has many battles still to come. But she is one of the lucky ones because she was born in England and she is being looked after by the heroes of the NHS.

If Cameron had been born elsewhere her journey could be so different.

Some of the team who care for Cameron from John Radcliffe Hospital also give up their time to work for Interface Uganda.