Interface Uganda has bought a ‘Stryker’ drill for cutting bone to make work a bit easier for the surgical team at CoRSU Hospital. Before, they used a manual drill for cutting bone which took a long time, thereby putting patients at more risk for being under anaesthetic for longer. This was an expensive piece of equipment at £12,000, so Interface is very happy to have been able to provide such a valuable piece of kit. We are all extremely grateful for the generous donations and fundraising efforts that people have gone to to enable this to happen. A photo of Andrew Hodges using the new drill.