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NEXTSTEPS CAMBODIA WELCOMES YOU

 

WHO WE ARE

NextSteps is a non profit organisation (NGO) registered in Cambodia in 2015, providing treatment and support to Cambodian children with physical impairment and disability.

 

ACTIVITIES

NextSteps Cambodia has four areas of focus:

Funding medical treatment of children living with physical impairment, congenital disability and injuries


Delivering training programs to enhance the provision and awareness of health care treatment for children


Facilitating surgical services in remote areas and rural communities


Providing support activities to improve the health and life quality of Cambodian children

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MEDICAL TREATMENT

We establish and run clinics across Cambodia for the treatment of clubfoot in infants

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MEDICAL TRAINING

We train doctors, physios, nurses, and midwives in Cambodia

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SURGICAL MISSIONS

We provide surgical treatment in remote and rural areas of Cambodia

 

OUTCOMES

"There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children."
"Let us reach out to the children. Let us do whatever we can to support their fight to rise above their pain and suffering."

Nelson Mandela

 

CLUBFOOT

 Our 6 Clubfoot Clinics have treated 622 new patients and provided follow-up care to 1,290 children born with clubfoot

TRAINING

To date we have planned, funded and coordinated 6 two-week intensive  training courses for 12 Doctors and other health professionals in the Ponseti method of treating clubfoot in young children. Those trained were representatives from 6 provincial hospitals in Cambodia

SURGICAL MISSIONS

We have facilitated 9 surgical missions to provincial hospitals, with the surgical team seeing 1,392 patients and providing surgical solutions for 408 people

PERI-OPERATIVE SUPPORT

We have assisted 114 families with the costs of obtaining treatment for their child and provided 917 bottles and 371 teats for babies treated for cleft lip/palate