2 October 2014 // The new Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus South Africa was launched during a ceremony in Cape Town last week.
Supported by a committed group of board members and experts, Zubeida Toefy (front middle) expressed a great ambition for the next couple of years. ASBAH SA intends to reach out to the different South African provinces and wants to develop, together with the South-African experts, a place where all persons with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus would be able to receive the right support.
The launch of ASBAH SA coincided with a workshop at the Red Cross War Memorial pediatric Hospital on multidisciplinary care for children with SBH in South Africa. This project started in March 2014 with the publication of 2 volumes of Continuing Medical Education in the South African Medical Journal: