Notes to editorBupa proudly supported the volunteers to take some time out of their clinics to help those in need in Greece. The volunteers came from Bupa clinics in Canterbury, Cranbrook, Bank, Devonshire, Holborn, Moorgate, Newbury, Reading and West End.
Dentaid was formed in 1996 and has worked in more than 70 countries providing dental treatment, training, equipment donations and oral health education for poor and remote communities. Dentaid has volunteering opportunities for UK dental professionals in Uganda, Cambodia, Zimbabwe and Kenya in addition to the refugee camps in Greece. The charity also has projects in the UK including a schools’ programme and projects providing dental care for vulnerable and homeless people.
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