SAVE A CHILD -
GLOBAL PAEDIATRIC NETWORK
Many children's lives are lost due to a lack of paediatric expertise.
Millions of children are affected by war, disasters and infectious diseases
The problem is…
In times of crisis, access to paediatric expertise is limited which can lead to suboptimal treatment
As a result…
Quality of life is reduced and thousands of children die every year due to the lack of speed and quality of care
The Save A Child app is available free of charge to an international network of NGO’s, hospitals, mobile clinics and education groups in order to deliver a cost-effective, high-impact programme for the improvement of child health across the globe.
Recognising the urgent need for a solution that can transcend borders and reach remote communities, we have worked with experts in telemedicine to create a mobile case management and referral platform that offers a unique approach to help save the lives of children in resource constrained areas. The Save A Child app is available free of charge to an international network of NGO’s, hospitals, mobile clinics and education groups in order to deliver a cost-effective, high-impact programme for the improvement of child health across the globe.
Save A Child was founded by renowned humanitarian Sally Becker who has been helping to save the lives of children in areas of conflict since 1993. Her work has been well-documented, especially in the Balkans and Northern Iraq where she is credited with saving hundreds of lives.
Tom Gallagher, Professor of the study of Ethnic Conflict and Peace Studies at the Department of Peace Studies at Bradford University wrote: "Sally Becker partly redeemed the name of Western Europe by the heroic work she carried out in Bosnia at the height of the war. "
From Mostar to Mosul, her interventions have helped to save lives in areas of conflict and as a result of her experiences, Sally has developed a strong understanding of the difficulties that arise when children are in urgent need of medical assistance.
During a mission to help victims of ISIS in Northern Iraq in 2017, Sally enlisted the help of a small team of Paediatric Specialists ready to assist remotely. The concept has shown its impact potential with many children benefiting from the remote consultations.
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