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The impact we made in 2020


There are 2 billion children that can’t access surgery worldwide. In fact, more children die from surgically curable conditions than HIV, Malaria and TB combined. That's why the work that Kids Operating Room does is so important for children around the world. 

The team at KidsOR are immensely proud of the work that the organisation does every day, but especially during 2020, which saw the start of a global pandemic. Because of this, we donated 10 intensive care beds and associated patient monitors to the NHS, and abroad supplied more equipment to our partner hospitals and 25,000 high quality face masks to keep surgeons safe. 

We’re both incredibly proud with what KidsOR has achieved helping to ensure that children have the opportunity not just ‘to life’ but also ‘in life’.

Garreth and Nicola Wood, Co-founders


But that’s not all KidsOR has achieved during 2020. Here’s a summary of some of the most notable achievements:

Read our 2020 Impact Report

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