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Dr Noxolo Mashavave, a Medical Registrar in her final year was the first recipient of the inaugural Surgeons for Little Lives Research award for the best publication from an emerging research award during the event on the 20th October 2021.
Sara’s birthday collection makes a huge difference in peoples lives.
Please distribute widely and encourage other friends/colleagues/family to vote. An amount of R25 000 will be donated to the winners’ charity of choice.
We urge you to join our SFLL Team, have loads of fun and go home inspired!
The Bara Festive Cycle Ride was a huge success. Thank you to all the riders and volunteers that supported us, we really appreciate it!
Join us for a ride to Bara! Show your bike some love by dressing it up in Christmas cheer gear.
Thank you to all Friends of Surgeons for Little Lives who supported us on Thursday, 10th October. It was a successful and entertaining evening that inspire us all.
The Lakhoo family decided to honour the memory of their late father, Dr Lakhoo, who passed away 10 years ago.
20 boys from Hilton College had the pleasure of visiting CHBAH through Surgeons for Little Lives. These boys are interested in studying Medicine as a career and they wanted to learn a bit more about Paediatric Surgery by getting some short lectures, visiting the...
Surgeons for Little Lives were recently able to offer CPR for Professionals courses to many of the nurses in the Paedaitric Surgery and Burns Unit.
This is how Surgeons for Little Lives celebrated Mandela day 2019 #67minutes.
Part of our focus for 2019, will be breaking ground on our new Lactation Unit and Breastmilk Bank at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital.
We are very grateful to Wings and Wishes for partnering with us, to ensure we can help those needing it most.
We were fortunate enough to receive some much needed supplies from Medical Innovations, worth R 53 600.
Thank you JoBerg2c for choosing Surgeons for Little Lives as an official charity. What a beautiful journey!
Our Foundation had the absolute pleasure of hosting a camp for Surgeons for little lives at Kwalata Adventure Centre in the Dinokeng Big 5 Game Reserve during the weekend of 1 to 3 March 2019.
A Health Hackathon was hosted through WHI on 23rd – 24th February 2019.
In the month of love, a group of Multichoice employees showed our patients some love by visiting our wards.
A big thank you to the ‘Mumz with Heartz’ and their kids for arranging a Christmas party packs for our patients.
Mothers in the Maternal Facility were spoiled with gift packs containing some necessary goodies during their stay at the Hospital.