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We help rural children across Ethiopia access medical care so they can eat, speak and smile like everyone else. 

More than one child in every 600 is born with or sustains a severe disability affecting their face.

For the 85% living in rural poverty we are a bridge to professional medical care.

See how we work with local Ethiopian doctors and communities to change lives.

 

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Our Mission

Our aim is to restore facial function and appearance to our young patients, giving them independence and dignity.

We arrange treatment of complex and varied conditions, including:

 

·   Noma

 

·   Animal attack wounds  

 

·   Burns

 

·   Cleft lip and palate

 

·   Other conditions

Our successes

When she was only six months old, Nasanet received se...
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Halema (right), a young farmer from the remote villag...
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How you can help

£10 will buy prescription medicine, x-rays and scans for one patient

£50 secures overnight intensive care hospital treatment

£250 secures treatment for a child, including complex and follow-up care

£1,000 keeps our fieldworkers on the road for a fortnight - bringing life-changing treatment to children in the poorest communities.

100% of every donation funds projects for patients. Our UK fundraising and administration fees are covered by Project Harar's trustees.

"Our faces, our expressions are the means by which we communicate to our fellow human beings. It is a great cruelty to have this taken away either by disease or accident. I hope that many more people will join me in my support of Project Harar's remarkable work." 

John Hurt has been Project Harar's patron since July 2006.