Rotaplast mission Agra India 2023 The dynamic Ward incoming, transporting and leaving patients
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Day 5 – ‘The Wa...
An important and dynamic place during the mission is ‘The Ward’. This is monitored and organized by Agnes. All patients arrive here the day before their planned operation and then spend the nig... Read More »
Day 6 – Not only ...
Rotaplast not only operates on cleft lips, but also open palates and not to mention scars after burns. The scars are not only painful, but often cause limitations. The scars do not grow. They are not flexi... Read More »
Day 8 – start of ...
This mission is characterized by the many burns and the misery that this brings to their lives daily. We can imagine that the (often painful) scars make it so hard to play and move freely. It makes it d... Read More »
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Day 10 Strength
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