Afghanistan Dental Relief Project (ADRP) is a non-profit organization under the direction of Dr. James Rolfe, DDS. His Program provides free dental care to impovrished Afghan citizens through a clinic he established in the city of Kabul. Oral health is a sever problem in Afghanistan, and each year many die of infections caused by abscessed teeth. In a country where there is one dentist for every 250,000 people, ADRP is hoping to expand its efforts into other Afghan provinces to change that number.
AFGHANISTAN DENTAL RELIEF PROJECT Requests your assistance in establishing the first dental technical training school in their country, where dental care has been virtually unavailable for thirty years. Orphans and widows will be trained as assistants, hygienists, and laboratory technicians. The project has been approved by the Afghan Government, and land has been secured. The finished, self-contained facility with fifteen operatories of equipment is ready to ship now. How can you help?
Donate surgical and operative instruments and cavitronsâ€¨Help with shipping expenses by contributing fundsâ€¨Provide disposable items, supplies, and small equipmentâ€¨Consider volunteering
Global Humanitrarian Photojournalists is soliciting funds for the “Afghanistan Dental Relief Project” which will help in establishing a school where orphans, widows and victims of war can learn to be dental assistants, hygienists, clinical and lab workers.
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