Berlin Laureate Foundation

\”Small children become great friends!\” Smile again Berlin (KU64/03.02.2008) – which can children of the small fishing village of Paternoster on the West coast of South Africa. \”The Berlin Laureate Foundation with its West Coast kids initiative\” (www.westcoastkids.co.za) student has provided with the support of the dental specialists of KU64 from 18 to 28 January 2009 dental site. The 10-dentist team of KU64 traveled at his own expense to South Africa in the luggage half a tonne of medical devices and drugs. Ten days they treated about 200 children at the age from 4 to 16 years, but many pain afflicted parents. Berlin dentists, succeeded to use elementary school St. Augustine the foundation stone to the dental hygiene in children of the PATERNOSTER.

All the children were trained in brushing your teeth and equipped with toothbrushes and toothpaste. A tooth brushing program to be implemented in cooperation with the school now. But the KU64 team has benefited from the action, the employees have a lot of experience \”taken and met great people: small patients became great friends\” so dentist Dr. Stephan Ziegler, who has headed the action on the ground. In the region of Paternoster, there was so far no children’s charity, therefore the laureate has chosen Foundation right here to help.

These include comprehensive projects in the areas of education, a fundamental change in their general living conditions and of course improving health in this case of dental health. dental treatment for over 200 children of the elementary school of Paternoster on the West Coast South Africa’s participation of numerous suppliers and partners from the dentistry and other supporters sustainability the relief effort secured voluntary commitment to continue almost all adults of the underprivileged population in Paternoster have few teeth in the mouth or have no teeth. Here no one can afford a dentist, painful teeth are pulled, this is the cheapest solution.

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