Millions of children in Africa don’t get the surgery they need.

BethanyKids wants to change that.

Millions of children in Africa don’t get the surgery they need.

BethanyKids wants to change that.

Millions of children in Africa don’t get the surgery they need.

BethanyKids wants to change that.

Millions of children in Africa don’t get the surgery they need.

BethanyKids wants to change that.

Millions of children in Africa don’t get the surgery they need.

BethanyKids wants to change that.

Millions of children in Africa don’t get the surgery they need.

BethanyKids wants to change that.

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BethanyKids is a compassionate Christian mission transforming the lives of African children with surgical conditions and disabilities through pediatric surgery, rehabilitation, public education, spiritual ministry, and training health professionals.

In 2015 we performed 2,675 surgical procedures and treated more than 7,200 outpatient children in 5 African countries: Kenya, Madagascar, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Sierra Leone. We will be expanding our ministry to Cameroon in 2018.

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Stories and Updates

Welcome, Luke McAuley!

Late last year we welcomed a new member to our rehabilitation team, and we’d like to introduce him to you. Luke McAuley grew up in Kenya as a child of missionaries and even at a young age had a desire to become a medical missionary. Living in a small village in Pokot,...

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Isaac

This post is guest-written by Luke McAuley, one of our Occupational Therapists. We'll be introducing Luke next week, so stay tuned! Meet Isaac, a 14 year old boy who has gone through more than his fair share of difficulties. Isaac was born with spina bifida, and...

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Director of Programs in Kenya

“Most of the people who come to BethanyKids asking for help are...grasping for anything that resembles help, hoping against hope. I am happy that when they get to BethanyKids they find help; they find hope. And for those who are willing, they find the message that...

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