Child-Help was born out of the solidarity between people confronted with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus in Belgium and their peers in the South. They feel involved with them because they know how complex it is to care for and guide a child with a congenital disability to a full and independent life.
Child-Help works closely with IF the world organisation for spina bifida and hydrocephalus (www.ifglobal.org).
IF has consultative status with the United Nations and works with WHO, Unicef, FFI (Flour Fortification Initiative) and other associations.
Child-help started from the solidarity between people confronted with spina bifida in Europe and their companions in the South. They feel involved because they know how complex it is to take care of a child with a birth defect and to guide it to a full and independent life.
Child-Help works closely with IF the world organisation for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus (http://www.ifglobal.org).
IF has the consultative status with the United Nations and works together with WHO, Unicef, FFI (flour fortification initiative), and many other associations.
An interview with Collins Kabachelor, new Country Representative Uganda of Child-Help, where he talks about challenges in his new job and where Child-Help can expand its impact in UgandaRead more
New country representative for Kenya!
In the interview, Juliana Auma talks about her plans as Child-Help country representative and the greatest challenges for children with spina bifida and / or hydrocephalus in Kenya.
Child-Help supports resolution “Accelerating efforts for preventing micronutrient deficiencies and their consequences, including spina bifida and other neural tube defects, through safe and effective food fortification” which is going to be submitted for approval in May 2023, at the 76th World Health Assembly.
Find the resolution here:Read more