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International network

Miss Kelly Meakins - Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust Ms Annette Viftrup - Skejby University Hospital, Aarhus Ms Annette Vosgerau - Skejby University Hospital, Aarhus Ms Carolina…

Meet the mentors

As a part of the training programmes that we run, many of the medical personnel in the cardiac centres we are helping to develop are mentored by eminent cardiac professionals. Meet just a few of…

Meet our Ambassadors

At Chain of Hope we are delighted to enjoy the support of lots of famous faces who are passionate about helping children with heart disease in developing countries to get the treatment and care…

Meet the management team

oroyo@chainofhope.org Oroyo comes to Chain of Hope with over 10 years experience in Media and Journalism and a Masters Degree in Media and Development. He began with Chain of Hope as an intern in…

A chain of fantastic partners

At Chain of Hope, we are honoured to work with a number of leading organisations, from international NGO’s to local governments, in order to treat children in need, support ongoing training and…

Governance

At Chain of Hope, the Trustees have implemented a number of policies and procedures to ensure that the process of decision making and implementation is transparent and accountable. The charity has…

Ahmed – Ethiopia

Baby Ahmed was born with a complex congenital heart condition, which meant he needed heart surgery to survive. Chain of Hope flew him and his mother to London where successful surgery has meant Ahmed…

Ebrima – Gambia

There is no cardiac care in the whole of The Gambia, so when 5 year-old Ebrima was diagnosed with a serious heart condition, consultants there asked Chain of Hope to fund treatment in the UK.

Haile – Ethiopia

Suffering from rheumatic heart disease, orphan Haile was left at a hospital in Addis Ababa with little chance of survival. A life-saving operation in Egypt organised by Chain of Hope means he is now…

Heba – Iraq

Born with a life-threatening congenital heart disease in war-torn Iraq, baby Heba’s luck was transformed when she was chanced upon by a BBC film crew.

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