New crowdfunding campaign launched to raise funding to deliver clubfoot training to healthcare providers in Africa.
The Africa Clubfoot Project crowdfunding campaign is raising £100,000 to increase training for healthcare providers in Africa to treat children born with clubfoot, and to train more local instructors. It builds on an initial two-year project led by NDORMS at University of Oxford together with CURE Clubfoot and Global Clubfoot Initiative, through which a series of integrated clubfoot training materials were specially designed for delivery in Africa and piloted in Ethiopia and Rwanda.  Around 50 clubfoot practitioners from 18 countries across Africa have collaborated in developing these training materials. The initial project was funded by the UK Department for International Development Health Partnership Scheme and the Tropical Health Education Trust.
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