Although the Randall siblings live on different sides of the United States, three of them manage to get together every year or so—sometimes at destinations with no electricity or running water but plenty of hustle and bustle. But that’s nothing new for Children’s Surgery International (CSI) volunteers.
Children’s Surgery International and our volunteers are often featured in the news and other current events media. Articles recognizing the work of CSI have been featured in both Twin Cities and overseas publications.
Lora Stege Koppel gave a great presentation at the weekly Cumberland Kiwanis meeting.
Jennifer Malaret, who traveled to Liberia with CSI in January 2011, writes about her experience as a volunteer on the mission. Malaret traveled as part of our new Partner's Program, a volunteer tourism opportunity offering participants the experience of seeing a different culture in a very unique way.
Changing the life of a child for the better can have a lasting impact for years down the road. It's why one Pocatello woman travels to Africa to do just that.
A medical team under the banner of Children's Surgery International (CSI) has arrived in Liberia to perform free surgical operations on afflicted Liberian children at the Firestone Medical Center in Duside, outside Harbel.
An American medical team, Children’s Surgery International (CSI) has completed another working visit to the Firestone Medical Center in Duside outside Harbel.
An American medical charity group, Children Surgery International (CSI) returns to Liberia in early January next year (2011) to perform free surgical operations on afflicted Liberian children.
Firestone Natural Rubber Company, LLC worked with team from Children’s Surgery International to provide free surgeries for underprivileged youth.
Dr. Peter Melchert, internist and pediatrician who is medical director of Children's Surgery International and is in internal medicine and a pediatric hospitalist at Abbott Northwestern and Children's Hospital.