From October 21-22, Smile Train, the world’s largest cleft organisation, celebrated its 100,000th cleft surgery milestone in Africa with a number of different activities planned each day. The celebration took place in Nairobi with Smile Train’s President and CEO Susannah Schaefer and the organisation’s local staff, partners, medical professionals, and corporate donors from across the continent who have all made the milestone possible.
Today people all over the world celebrate World Smile Day® (WSD), a day devoted to smiles and acts of kindness.
G4 Alliance to Host Eradicating Neglected Surgical Diseases: Advancing Universal Health Coverage Through Surgical Systems Strengthening Event in Partnership with Smile Train, the Ministry of Health of Kenya, and other Notable Global Leaders
The event will take place during the 73rd UN General Assembly and will feature Smile Train’s Vice President and Regional Director of Africa, as well as organization Ambassador Miss Universe 2017.
Accomplished actor and model, Ali Fazal joined hands with Smile Train, the world’s largest cleft charity, as a Smile Train Ambassador to create awareness and support for children born with clefts across the country.
Smile Train India, a children’s charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate, announced that they have received a grant from Oracle, a global leader in cloud applications and platform services.