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Providing Speech Therapy & Feeding Management in Honduras—2014 Mission Update

2014 marks Ruth Trivepiece's 5th year providing speech and feeding services for World Pediatric Project in Honduras. Learn more

Sofia

Sofia Goes to School

Drs. Jennifer Rhodes and Gary Tye help Sophia fulfill her dream of returning home to Honduras — and just in time for school.
Learn more about Sofia

conjoined twin surgery

Formally Conjoined Twins Adjusting Well to Separation

Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU discharges twins Maria & Teresa Tapia after successful surgery. Read their story

Oswaldo before surgery

A Young Life Transformed Before Our Very Eyes

Just months ago, 10-year old Oswaldo walked with his head down and was too embarrassed to make eye contact. Today he is thriving. Meet Oswaldo and learn about his surgery

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Providing Speech Therapy & Feeding Management in Honduras

The World Pediatric Project initiates a speech therapy program to introduce post-operative speech services to children. Learn more

baby joel

Hope & Healing for Baby Joel

When baby Joel was born, his mother Loralie immediately knew something was wrong. Learn more about Joel's surgery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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