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Kenro Izu and his Friends Without a Border has treated over 1.2 million children….

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Since 1999, Friends without a Board (FWAB) has treated over 1.2 million children and provided advanced training to thousands of health workers. Today, construction is complete and a similar state-of-the-art pediatric teaching hospital in Laos, the Lao Friends Hospital for Children (LFHC), is open. Funding from World of Children Award helped FWAB construct and equip this new hospital in Laos.

“Our goal is to build LFHC as the major education center of pediatric health care and create a positive impact on health care for the whole country,” Kenro said.

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The Lao Friends Hospital for Children – A Sneak Peak Inside the Brand New Pediatric Facility  -This video was shot on location during a humanitarian trip led by World of Children Award Founders Harry Leibowitz and Kay Isaacson-Leibowitz. To see how you can help, visit: ‪https://www.worldofchildren.org/issue…

 Continuing education for LHFC clinical staffKenro Izu founder of FWAB, Kizumi, Akio Matsushima

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