As the global health community and the world come together to face the COVID-19 pandemic, we can’t help but acknowledge the disproportionate lack of resources in the under-developed countries we serve. Through our hospital network, United Surgeons for Children is working to ensure that our partners – particularly those in the least developed countries – have the tools needed to treat those who contract coronavirus.


In the field, we are passing out soap and hand sanitizers and making protective masks. Within our hospital network, we are shipping in equipment and training the local medical teams to manage the influx of coronavirus patients. Our support extends to the schools here we operate, which are now shut down due to quarantine, we are passing out food parcels for the children who relied on the school canteen as their only meal for the day. 


This is difficult, harrowing work for those on the front-lines. And during this time, we want all of our medical professional to know how important and valued they are. You can meet some of these special, essential healthcare workers - and send them a message of hope - on the USFC website. 

If you are in a position to give, please consider a donation to United Surgeons for Children, to support and accelerate our COVID response in developing countries.


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Our COVID-19 Response

by United Surgeons for Children


As the global health community and the world come together to face the COVID-19 pandemic, we can’t help but acknowledge the disproportionate lack of resources in the under-developed countries we serve. Through our hospital network, United Surgeons for Children is working to ensure that our partners – particularly those in the least developed countries – have the tools needed to treat those who contract coronavirus.


In the field, we are passing out soap and hand sanitizers and making protective masks. Within our hospital network, we are shipping in equipment and training the local medical teams to manage the influx of coronavirus patients. Our support extends to the schools here we operate, which are now shut down due to quarantine, we are passing out food parcels for the children who relied on the school canteen as their only meal for the day. 


This is difficult, harrowing work for those on the front-lines. And during this time, we want all of our medical professional to know how important and valued they are. You can meet some of these special, essential healthcare workers - and send them a message of hope - on the USFC website. 

If you are in a position to give, please consider a donation to United Surgeons for Children, to support and accelerate our COVID response in developing countries.