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Richmond Times-Dispatch: Barbadian girls who had surgery on badly bowed legs are doing fine

January 29th, 2016

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After months of rehabilitation and physical therapy, the girls, who are staying at local hospitality houses, are able to stand with walkers. They and their mothers had hoped to be told Friday that the frames were coming off — a milestone in their treatment.

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Trinity Raises $101,615 EC for World Pediatric Project in Latest Campaign

January 29th, 2016

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The donation was a joint contribution between the SVG Health and Education foundation, faculty, students, and affiliates of Trinity as a show of support and appreciation for World Pediatric Project, the work it does, and the wonderful relationship it shares with Trinity.

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Agecroft Partners to Host New Hedge Fund Conference to Benefit Hedge Fund Cares and World Pediatric Project

January 26th, 2016

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Agecroft Partners announced that all profits from its new conference Gaining the Edge – 2016 Hedge Fund Marketing Leadership Summit taking place on April 28th at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City will be donated to non-profit charities that benefit children. Hedge Fund Cares and the World Pediatric Project will be the main beneficiaries.

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World Pediatric Project Gives a Belize Child The Gift of Life

January 7th, 2016

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Just a couple of weeks ago, Shamir’s parents weren’t sure he’d survive into the new year. Born with a typically fatal birth defect untreatable in his home country of Belize, Shamir and his family were given hope thanks to World Pediatric Project and its partners who transported him to Richmond, Virginia for life-saving surgery.

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7 News Belize: Million Dollar Baby’s Christmas Miracle

December 28th, 2015

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He’s only a few days old, but Baby Shamir from Corozal town is getting a miracle for his first Christmas gift thanks to World Pediatric Project

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Richmond Times-Dispatch: 7-year-olds from Barbados with bowed legs get care in Richmond

October 10th, 2015

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The girls, who live with their families on the eastern Caribbean island of Barbados, are in Richmond for treatment. They were brought here by Henrico County-based World Pediatric Project, a nonprofit that does medical missions and public health projects in the Caribbean.

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