Fourth Emergency Obstetrics and Paediatrics Training in Laos

Healthcare professionals from Singapore’s KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital are among a number of medical professionals who regularly volunteer for SIF projects to improve healthcare in developing communities. More lives can be saved, thanks to our Singapore International Volunteers.

Specialist volunteer from KKH emergency paediatrics team teaching Laotian healthcare professionals vital skills in emergency resuscitation for children.
Specialist volunteer from KKH emergency paediatrics team teaching Laotian healthcare professionals vital skills in emergency resuscitation for children.
Specialist volunteer from KKH emergency paediatrics team teaching Laotian healthcare professionals vital skills in emergency resuscitation for children.
Emergency obstetrics training for Laotian doctors and nurses at the National Mother Child Hospital.
Emergency obstetrics training for Laotian doctors and nurses at the National Mother Child Hospital.
Emergency obstetrics training for Laotian doctors and nurses at the National Mother Child Hospital in Vientiane, Laos.
Emergency obstetrics training for Laotian doctors and nurses at the National Mother Child Hospital in Vientiane, Laos.
Specialist volunteers from KKH for the fourth emergency obstetrics and paediatrics training.
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