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Review for Worldwide Fistula Fund Inc, Schaumburg, IL, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Thanks to the WFF, capacity building is occurring in a sustainable way for surgeons and physical therapists in Mek'ele Ethiopia. This charity is leading the way in providing sustainable interdisciplinary care for the women of Ethiopia!!

Role:  Board Member
WFFund (Nonprofit Staff) wrote:

Thank you, Tracy! We couldn't do it without your devotion and generous donation of time!


Review for Worldwide Fistula Fund Inc, Schaumburg, IL, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Wow! I cannot express how much the Worldwide Fistula Fund Inc. has impacted my personal and professional life. This organization has sprouted from the life passion of Dr Lewis Wall who started the WFF in order to provide sustainable medical care in developing countries for women with obstetric fistulas. The WWF is an on organization interested in providing not just the necessary surgical care but also the rehabilitation needs for the women as well. Women who have become victim to an obstetric fistula have a tremendous need for rehabilitation both before and after surgery so that they can go on to live productive happy lives. As a Physical Therapist, I was asked to volunteer my time and talents for this wonderfully deserving group of women. I have gained much in the process. I never imagined that my professional skills could be utilized for women in such a profound way! I am greatly appreciative that I can help and that WFF has a vision to provide sustainable care in the future! The brave women I have helped have given me insight into what is true inner beauty and for that I am grateful.

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Role:  Volunteer