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 2016 we performed 2,546 surgical procedures and treated more than 7,500 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

Lensa’s Story

“The surgeon made me feel that this was not a death sentence and that my daughter could have a great life.” People often asked Monicah and her husband about their family. But, although they wanted to, they did not have children. Monicah says “I hated that question...

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Hope Regained at a Mobile Clinic

“...his resilience and determination to overcome the life hurdles that most children never have to endure keeps me going.” - Faith Faith remembers a time when things were better. She and her husband had married young and when they found out they were expecting a...

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Mobile Clinics: Pursuing Accessible Care for All

Mobile Clinic days begin early and run long for our team of seven. Leaving Kijabe as early as 5am, the team drives to the scheduled site for that day, sets up, and stays until the last patient has been seen. There is no lunch break — some of the families have traveled...

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