To date, Save A Child's Heart has conducted 30 surgical and catheterization missions and more than 70 cardiology clinics around the world, examining over 9,500 children.
Although the global spread of COVID-19 halted our mission program, we are proud that our efforts to screen children abroad recommenced in June of 2021.
In July 2016, a SACH team from Israel flew to Ethiopia on a screening mission to Black Lion Hospital in Addis Ababa and at Jimma University Hospital in Jimma.
Just past midnight on February 14, 2008, the Save a Child’s Heart medical team flew to Zanzibar
A pediatric cardiology team from the Wolfson Medical Center screened hundreds of children’s hearts in Zanzibar and Tanzania in an intense few days in Africa.
A joint effort by 5 Israeli female physicians and a local Zanzibar medical team succeeded on Save a Child’s Heart’s annual mission to Zanzibar.
In February 2014, a team of Save a Child’s Heart’s Doctors and Staff travelled to Zanzibar, Tanzania for yet another medical mission
Save a Child’s Heart (SACH) sent an all women’s mission to Zanzibar in mid-February 2017
ON AVERAGE, SAVE A CHILD’S HEART SAVES A LIFE EVERY 24 HOURS.VIEW ALL
Save a Child’s Heart travels to partner sites in developing countries to perform surgery and catheterization, conduct clinics to evaluate children pre- and post-surgery, and provide on-site training. Medical missions are carried out in cooperation with local partner pediatric cardiac teams.