Return on our 1st mission in Guinea!

Guinea 2022 Mission

The Association organizes on average 4 to 6 missions abroad per year. Some are "follow-up missions", when we go to countries we have been to before, and others are "discovery missions", when we send a team to a country we have never been to before. This was the case for the mission to Guinea from November 25 to December 1, 2022.

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News from Djibouti's children

During the mission to Djibouti, which took place from October 12 to 20, we were very happy to see 38 patients who had already been operated on as part of their medical follow-up.
Among them Meido, Raga and Shamsadine who are doing wonderfully!

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Djibouti Mission: a hopeful assessment for the future

Consultation mission Djibouti

This year we are celebrating 20 years of partnership with Djibouti, where we have been on mission for the 4th time. The situation in the country has evolved since our first visit in 2002, but many children with heart disease are still waiting to be treated. Here is a look back on a week of meetings and consultations...

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Smart Projects: The Association launches a new medical program!

We have developed the "Smart Projects" program, which is part of our goal to constantly improve the child's care pathway. With this program, we are seeking to make progress in diagnosis using the latest Medtech innovations. The ultimate goal is to improve the management of complex heart diseases.

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Mission Cameroon: news from the children!

Remember, from 26 March to 3 April, a team from Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque went on a mission to Yaoundé, Cameroon. Each day, the team met two types of patients in the consultation room: children waiting for a diagnosis, and others, already operated on, as part of their follow-up. Today, we give you news about 4 of them!

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Missions resume: destination Yaoundé!

Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque - Mission Cameroon

At Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque, we carry out an average of 5 missions abroad per year, in the countries of origin of the children we care for. Due to the pandemic and the closure of borders, no mission could be carried out since the intervention of a team in Côte d'Ivoire at the end of 2019. And yet, the files of children with heart disease continue to arrive. After more than two years of waiting, we were finally able to send a team to Cameroon, a country that urgently needed to be visited.

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