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Small charity, big impact: Project Harar on partnership
Updated: March 06th, 2012
Collaborating with other bigger organisations is an important part of Project Harar’s work. It improves efficiency, helps us concentrate on reaching patients with the toughest needs and helps them access the best possible care.
In a recent article for Charity Finance, Jonathan Crown, Project Harar's founder and chairman, discusses our successful partnership with Smile Train, a worldwide organisation that sponsors several of the cleft surgeons we work with. Read the full article here (pdf).
Thursday the 10th of April saw the return of one of o...
Listen to two BBC World Service interviews with Project Harar surgical teams from 2007. First up, an interview with Sissay Befikadu, who was in charge of the cleft programme at Yekatit-12 hospital. And secondly, an interview with Klaas Marck, a Dutch plastic surgeon and chair of the Dutch Noma Foundation.