So you’ll have had your tea....

Posted: January 2011

Many thanks to Mike and Catherine Smith for arranging a Burns Night Caleigh in 
Studdal Community Hall. As well as being great fun it raised over £400 for Mossy Foot UK.




WHO includes pdoconiosis on list of neglected tropical diseases with its very own page on who website

Posted: 3 February 2011

http://www.who.int/neglected_diseases/diseases/podoconiosis/en/




professor pAUL MATTS STRUTS HIS STUFF AT ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY

Posted: 14 MARCH 2011

http://www.thereaction.net/explore/sex-and-the-city/

Paul Matts speaks on skin functions at the RSC but includes a key section on podoconiosis, see from about 49 mins




Skin Deep-public lecture series  

Posted: May 2011

Professor Paul Matts invited Dr Claire Fuller and Professor Terence Ryan to present at this evening lecture series. The evening was entitled "Healthy Skin for All - Reaching Half the World Deprived of Basic Care". Several useful liaisons and contacts have been made through the evening. Watch this space!






91st Annual Meeting of the British Association of Dermatologists

ICC London ExCeL 5th– 7th July 2011

Posted: July 2011

Dr Claire Fuller incorporates Podoconiosis into her plenary session entitled Update on Infections of Global Relevance






The Mission Giving Committee Donate £500 to MossyFootUK

August 22nd 2011

Posted: august 2011

We are very grateful to St Georges Church, Deal for supporting us. Their Mission Giving Committee choose about 12 charities to support each year thus adhering to their biblical principle of tithing.....giving away a proportion of what they receive to support others.

Many thanks....

http://www.stgeorgesdeal.org.uk