For Andrea Meza, clefts are personal.
Even when the whole world seemed against her, Damaris persisted. And won.
Adahara knew she was lucky to receive all the cleft treatment she needed from an early age. She's training to become a Smile Train partner because she knows not every child with a cleft is so lucky.
An interview with Dr. Esther Njoroge-Muriithi.
Smile Train staff in Africa are ready to show you the impact of your support.
Our Regional Director for Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean on our local response to COVID-19.
Meet the three moms changing what it means to have a child with a cleft in Chiapas.
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.
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