Support World Birth Defects Day!

March 3, 2023
March 3 is World Birth Defects Day Children that survive birth defects suffer long-term disability, with consequences for themselves, their families, and the health care system Poverty in Cambodia plays a role in rejecting children born with disabilities. Children's Surgical Centre is proud to partner in this endeavor with support from to correct cleft lips and palates. Our surgeons performed over 100 cleft cases for needy children in 2022.
Please consider supporting with a donation to support these children and others that are born with cerebral palsy, congenital cataracts, strabismus, or club foot. Or share your story with us at!

Author: Ellen Interlandi

Ellen, a registered nurse, and her husband Brian, an anesthesiologist, have been active volunteers at CSC since 2008. Ellen has undergraduate degrees in both Nursing and Spanish Literature, and a graduate degree in Health Management. Since 2020, Ellen has volunteered in the role of Stakeholder Relations, connecting with our generous supporters, interacting with visiting surgeons and students, and disseminating updates on Children's Surgical Centre.

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