Chain of Hope exists to provide children suffering from life-threatening heart disease with the corrective surgery and treatment to which they do not have access. Chain of Hope does this in two ways:
It is estimated that as many as 15 million children die or remain severely ill every year through potentially treatable or preventable cardiac diseases. Chain of Hope exists to provide these children with the treatment to which they often simply do not have access. The charity has been helping provide this treatment since 1995 and provides care in two distinct ways:
Chain of Hope provides teaching and training programmes while developing local infrastructure in countries such as Mozambique, Egypt, Jamaica and Ethiopia.With the guidance of the charity’s Medical Board, Chain of Hope has been saving lives for almost 15 years.
Chain of Hope is a registered charity in the UK/1081384