Dikembe Mutombo, Mrs Lovette Twyman Russell and Steve Smith (former Atlanta Hawk) visit the Hughes Spalding Children’s Hospital in Atlanta to distribute Christmas toys to sick children. Mrs. Russell is Chair of the Hughes Spalding Community Foundation Board and the wife of Michael Russell (CEO, H.J. Russell & Company) in Atlanta.
Dr. Groesbeck Parham arrived at the Biamba Marie Mutombo hospital in November to continue his work screening women for cervical cancer and performing cancer surgeries
In 2010, the Starkey Hearing Foundation made a commitment to provide 1 million free hearing aids this decade.
SEE International provides sustainable medical, surgical, and educational services through volunteer ophthalmic surgeons…
WOGO provides free life-altering orthopaedic surgery that eliminates debilitating arthritis and restores disabled joints
Learn how the Dikembe Mutombo Foundation has given back and enhanced the lives of people in the health & education sectors, spanning two decades.
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World Water Day offers us an opportunity think about some of the challenges facing those of us working in the field of infectious diseases and how working alongside those in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector could improve impacts across the board.
The Social Inclusion Working Group at Sightsavers has welcomed its first inspiring speaker, Lady Jean Wilson, whose husband, Sir John Wilson, founded Sightsavers in 1950.
The working group, which has members across all departments of Sightsavers, aims to make sure everything we do both in terms of our programmes and operations is fully inclusive and accessible to everyone.
Early intervention is recognised as crucial in mitigating and preventing developmental disabilities. Yet services for early intervention are rare in India and non-existent in the rural areas. After an assessment at our government hospital-based centre, this project provides families with follow up services for their children in their own communities. Local level health and childcare workers were trained to identify and refer children and parents meet our team regularly to update their skills and monitor their own kids.