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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Hope That a Miracle Would Happen

"I was hysterical and couldn’t think rationally – everything slowed down. I remember crying, as one of the medics came over to try to calm me down.”  Finding out that your newborn child has a rare - and if untreated, likely fatal - birth defect would destroy any new...

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I Have My Girl Back

Burns are an all too common occurrence in Kenya, and Juliet’s was a nasty one. It happened in the home in November 2016 when a pot of boiling water was accidentally knocked over causing burns to her chest and left arm. “Juliet did not move,” said her Mom. “Her face...

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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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