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UPDATE:

Operation of Hope has searched for and found volunteer doctors from SHARPS Hospital in San Diego, California which are willing to donate their time and talent.

Operation of Hope is making an appeal to raise the associated funds needed to complete this surgery. Items include dental work, transportation, food, housing and post-operative medical care. To make a donation and help Blessing, from Zimbabwe, with the surgery he so desperately needs, please click the ‘donate’ button below, or call (949) 463-1795 or e-mail us at info@operationofhope.org.

 

Operation Of hope and beloved Operation of Hope gives Beloved, a young Zimbabwean and landmine victim a new face. Errol Barnett reports. Watch at cnn.com: http://cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/living/2009/06/13/barnett.hope.operation.cnn.html Beloved’s Homecoming Beloved is the story of a young African boy, who at the age of 10, placed a land-mine in his mouth which accidently detonated. Operation of Hope met Beloved and his family in Harare, Zimbabwe in 2006 and has since taken him to the United States to perform what’s called a “free-flap” surgery at the UCLA Medical Center in Westwood California. The result of this very successful procedure are shown in this updated documentary on Beloved.