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  • Global Remote and Rural Healthcare Conference

    2020 threw us and other charities many challenges, not the least of which was being unable to take part in visits overseas or attend face-to face meetings and conferences. In November 2020 we teamed up with ProDentalCPD and ran a 2-day virtual conference, titled ‘Global Remote and Rural Healthcare – How Can We Do It […]

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  • You Don’t Have to go Abroad to Volunteer

    As you know, Bridge2Aid and Dentaid work closely together to help people who are suffering the misery of untreated toothache. While both charities are, unfortunately, unable to run overseas volunteering trips at this time, Dentaid has volunteering opportunities across the UK for people who want to help those in greatest need.

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  • World Health Organisation Stakeholder Workshop

    At the end of July 2021 Bridge2Aid was invited to join a stakeholder workshop with the World Health Organisation.  Invited as experts in developing training programmes in remote and rural Africa, the workshop was attended by our Operations Manager, Paul Tasman, plus our colleagues Andrew Patterson, Rob Dyas and Martha Chipanda.

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  • 3 Easy Ways to Fundraise for Bridge2Aid

      If someone mentions fundraising for a charity does your heart sink as your thoughts drift to Skydiving or running a marathon? If you’re nodding your head, we absolutely get it. Most of us wouldn’t want to jump out of a plane and training for a marathon isn’t many people’s idea of a fun thing […]

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  • Bringing Digital Dental Education to Malawi – A Collaboration

      We are beyond thrilled to announce that the first  big Malawi project we’ve been involved with is ready to roll out. Thanks to funding from the Scottish Government provided to Smileawi we have worked together with them, the Dental Association of Malawi, the Maldent Project, Prodental CPD, and, with input from our own Clinical […]

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  • Bridging The Gap

    Despite the COVID-19 pandemic causing cancellation of 2020 Dental Training Programmes, the UK NGO Bridge2Aid sees a positive future.

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  • What Bridge2Aid Means to Me – Doing the Impossible!

    What Bridge2Aid Means to Me – Kiaran Weil Kiaran is the Chair of our Clinical Advisory Group, member of the Bridge2Aid team and long-time friend, supporter and volunteer. Here is what Bridge2Aid means to her…. “It means community; a community that cares for people; changes lives; puts those we serve first; strives to do better […]

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  • What does Bridge2Aid mean to me ….

    We asked a few of our supporters and team to tell us what Bridge2Aid means to them, or what inspires them about our work. Here are a few of their replies:  Emily-Mae Harding – One of our Oral Health Team Volunteers   “What inspires me about bridge2aid is how life changing it is for not […]

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  • The Spirit of Volunteering – What Bridge2Aid means to me

    The Spirit of Volunteering What Bridge2Aid means to me Yvonne Wood Volunteering with Bridge2aid has been the most rewarding, memorable and the best experience in my whole dental career of 37 years. Sharing my dental knowledge, skills, and experience where it is very much needed in Tanzania by training Health Care Workers (Clinical Officers) in […]

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  • Malawi and Tanzania Visit January 2020

    In January I was fortunate enough to be able to travel to Tanzania and Malawi to meet with some of our partners and funders.  It was a hectic few days in Dar es Salaam, Dodoma and Lilongwe spending time with Songas, Benjamin Mkapa Foundation, CUAMM, the Tanzanian Chief Dental Officer, Education and Health for All, […]

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