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Facing Africa on EBS TV Ethiopia

Date Posted: October 31, 2014

During October 2014 mission Facing Africa team was filmed by EBS TV and shared their experiences with Ethiopian audience. We hope this will raise awareness of noma and help spread the word about FA work in Ethiopia reaching  more in need of complex facial surgery ! See the coverage here

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First Facing Africa Seminar and Workshop

Date Posted: June 3, 2014

On the 10th may 2014, The first Facing Africa Noma Seminar and Workshop took place I’m the Royal Armouries Leeds. The day was organised by Kelvin Mizen and LeRoux Fourie. In attendance Founders: Chris and Terry Lawrence Conference Organisers: Kelvin Mizen and LeRoux Fourie Majj Aerts Amaia Arana David Ball Louise Colignylaan Michael Coupe Susan […]

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200 woolly beanie hats for Ethiopian children

Date Posted: December 10, 2013

Facing Africa would like say a very special thank you to a group of Dilton Marsh ladies who knitted 200 wooly hats for our patients.  January 2014 mission is going to be very colorful!

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Helping Hands: another publication by FA surgeons

Date Posted: June 26, 2013

In their recent publication Helping Hands Facing Africa surgeons Dan Saleh, Kelvin Mizen and LeRoux Fourie discuss the role of  the trainees in the provision of humanitarian care for plastic and reconstructive surgical disease. The article, which is also based on the surgeons’ experiences with Facing Africa, expresses the belief that there is a place for […]

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Anesthesia – Analgesia publication by Facing Africa Anaesthetists

Date Posted: June 14, 2013

Facing Africa is delighted to announce some more exciting news from our anaesthetists: an article Airway Management in Reconstructive Surgery for Noma (Cancrum Oris) by Michael Coupe, Doug Johnson, Patric Seigne and Bill Hamlin is going to be published in Anesthesia and Analgesia July’s edition.

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