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Deadly earthquakes have claimed thousands of lives and caused massive destruction in Nepal. ReSurge is on the ground helping the children and families that survived.

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ReSurge works in 13 developing countries with permanent Surgical Outreach Programs in eight of them. Year-round, our international partner surgeons and their medical teams provide reconstructive surgical care for the poor in their countries.
ReSurge International at a Glance

ReSurge International (formerly Interplast) provides reconstructive surgical care for poor children and adults who lack access and builds surgical capacity in developing countries. We restore the dreams of those with deformities and injuries, and impact the world by renewing the health of thousands of children and adults each year so they can go to school, provide for their families and contribute to society.

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Mohammed Hussein appeared to be an amputee when we first met him. At the age of 7 he fell into a vat of hot tar, severely burning his right leg, and without proper treatment, the burned skin on his leg contracted and scarred, fusing his calf to his thigh. ReSurge is providing the surgical care he needs to walk again. ... > more
Christine's mother in central Zambia feared that her little girl would grow up ostracized or unable to go to school because of her cleft lip. But since ReSurge provided surgery to repair her Christine's lip, her mother's fears have been alleviated. ... > more
Lilliam in Nicaragua was first treated by a ReSurge team more than a decade ago. She was born with a rare condition that leaves the face disfigured and sunken in. We were able to help reconstruct her face a decade ago, and had the pleasure of reconnecting with her recently and seeing how she has thrived. ... > more
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About ReSurge
ReSurge envisions a world in which no human being suffers physically or emotionally from a repairable congenital deformity or injury. Learn more about us in this short video.