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Even when the whole world seemed against her, Damaris persisted. And won.
An interview with Dr. Esther Njoroge-Muriithi.
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When Aira started school, she struggled to speak up, was bullied, and had few friends. Now. after her cleft surgery, she's the star of the class!
“Don’t worry, keep the faith, and tell others about Smile Train.”
Maria has been waiting for cleft surgery since 1953. When the opportunity came, her son wanted her to pass.
Ayubu's classmates harassed him relentlessly for years because of a local myth about clefts. When he was 10 years old, his mother heard there was hope at a hospital less than an hour away.
Kamse was excited for his first day of school, but, when the day finally came, he was taunted all day long. Kamse ran home and begged his grandfather never to make him go back.
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