Capacity building program – The Today Tomorrow Project

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Children First’s new capacity-building initiative – The Today Tomorrow Project – aims to address the underlying barriers to children accessing medical care in their own country and will directly impact the child mortality rate.

We have started our pilot project, working with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and our local partners in Papua New Guinea. Two training sessions will be conducted over the coming six months to build the capacity of clinicians (from grassroots local health workers through to surgeons) in Advanced Paediatric Life Support. 

These clinicians will be able to save the lives of children in a critical condition following an accident or rapid decline in an illness. They will be able to save the lives of children who currently would not make it. Those children CFF can’t get to soon enough.

The Today Tomorrow Project aims to make an impact from the point of implementation and for generations to come.

You can donate via the button to help us continue growing this program.