In Ethiopia, Dr. Bethel and Smile Train are changing the narrative around malnutrition.
After Pamela's delivery, the nurses told her that her son, Sebastian, only had nine days to live. She was devastated. She didn’t know where to turn. Then she was referred to Smile Train's local partner, Fundacion Ninos que Rien.
A mother's love + Smile Train and GSK = one confident young man
Even knowing help is available isn’t always enough to remove the stigma of having a cleft.
For Andrea Meza, clefts are personal.
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