Because Only Together We Can
UK based medical charity
Welcome to The Haddis Agape Foundation
The main purpose of the project is to provide life changing surgical treatments to people who are unable to access such medical care for various financial and logistics reasons.
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HAND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
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The charity is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of all children through excellence in patient care and provision of advanced and appropriate services.
We also offer a cheerful, child-friendly environment for a wide range of pediatric neurosurgery and conditions that need plastic surgery for children in Ethiopia and across Africa.
Mr Arup-K-Ray MBBS, MS, FRCSEd, FRCS(Plast) - Specialist in the following treatments at Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital
Mr. Arup Ray worked in the NHS (UK) as a General Plastic Surgeon with Sub-Speciality commitments in:
Paediatric Plastic Surgery with experience of several years in Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery, Hypochondriacs Surgery and Congenital deformities.
Breast Reconstruction surgery for patients with Breast cancer.
Dr Jiri Paroulek M.D Hand and Plastic Surgery Institute ,
Vysoké nad Jizerou , Czech Republic the deputy chief
Dr. Tomas Kempny Plastic Surgeon was born in the Czech Republic.
He completed his medical studies at the University of Colombo. Since 2006 he bears the name Plastic Surgeon. The curiosity for more surgical experience and the urge for perfection have driven him abroad again and again.
Assoc. Prof. Břetislav Lipový MD, PhD, MBA
we upgraded over the COVID-19 pandemic and we have:
1) small art therapeutic activities which can help control emotional issues, anxiety experiences, and mental health issues.
2) we use different kinds of inspirational techniques (3D images) in our therapy sessions by using paper, cloth, or wood for our community groups.
3) we may use Art & Crafts and embroidery activities during the most stressful COVID-19 pandemic periods of time. (like bracelets, necklaces, and scarfs.)
4) By creating a friendship service, we added a traditional Ethiopian coffee cultural ceremony.