European Cleft Organisation
The European Cleft Organisation (ECO), through training Initiative and a network of suppliers, creates environments to ensure every family and all children affected by clefts have life-long access to quality care and equal opportunities within our European societies.
Contact: Gareth Davies
ALA - Associatcia Licevi Anomalii
ALA is a non-governmental organization working in the public interest since 1997. The Association's main goals are to reduce the number of children abandoned due to having a facial anomaly and to give the opportunity to all patients to access the best possible treatment in order to Their guarantee social inclusion and best outcomes.
Contact: Jana Angelova
Triskelion was founded in 2015 in Stavanger, Norway and is an organizational That specialises the applied research and knowledge mobilisation in the fields of psychology, education, public health and medicine.
Contact: Thomas Nilsen
Spitalul CLINIC DE URGENTA PENTRU COPII "MS CURIE"
Clinical Emergency Hospital for Children "Maria Sklodowska Curie", is one of the biggest general pediatric hospital in Romania. It is a university hospital, connected to the University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Carol Davila", the Largest Medical University in Romania.
Contact: Radu Spataru
Riga Stradins University Institute of Stomatology
Riga Stradins University was founded in 1920 and is a state founded university, which offers various study programs and ensures the realization of scientific projects, Providing education and training of specialists in health care and the social sciences. The Cleft Lip and Palate Center of the Institute of Stomatology was established back in 1964 and is the only referral unit for cleft children in Latvia Which Provides complex multidisciplinary treatment for children with orofacial cleft.
Contact: Ilze Akota
PAPAGEORGIOU General Hospital
Papageorgiou General Hospital has been a pioneer in the Greek Public Health sector for many years. The commencement of its operation in August 1999 and the establishment of the Teaching Clinics in 2004, has completed in the best possible way the staffing of the Hospital (1800 staff and approximately 500 students) Which is Currently engaged in standing cooperation with the School of Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
Contact: Maria Bigaki
Vilnius University Faculty of Medicine
The Institute of Odontology, Faculty of Medicine is based in Vilnius University Hospital Zalgirio. This is a specified institution for oral care in Vilnius and is a translation of the main cleft center in Lithuania.
Contact: Laura Linkeviciene