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There are many ways to make a difference, sharing our knowledge and experiences is one of them. We are very proud of our anaesthetists representing Facing Africa’s work and sharing their experiences of difficult airway management in Ethiopia at the World Airway Management Meeting in Dublin last weekend. View one of the presentations here

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For all those lovely people who are concerned about 3 year old America: she is doing really well and being looked after round the clock at MCM hospital in Addis. She gained 3 kg since we found her fighting for her life in appalling conditions in Dessie Hospital and although it is too early to say if we will be operating on her in May, this tough little girl has already beaten the odds and survived NOMA, a disease that kills more than 98 percent of children affected by it. It has been incredible to play a part in her journey to survival and now - recovery. We feel truly blessed. Share and like this post and keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates. ... See MoreSee Less

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Children can be very cruel. They are particularly cruel to other children, not many adults, because the consequences are usually slight. Without a theory of mind they are blind to the feelings aroused in others. Main reason why our children patients drop out of school is because they are being teased constantly by their peers. The surgery Amlakalgne had in October 2016 makes such a big change to her face and to her life: she will not be bullied anymore. ... See MoreSee Less

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