Kind Cuts for Kids is an Australian based non-government, not-for-profit organisation that provides specialist medical care for children in developing countries around the world.
Completely aligned with the DEK Foundations principles, Kind Cuts for Kids is also 100% volunteer based and every dollar is spent directly on the treatment and welfare of the children and on the training of local health care professionals.
Professor Dewan founded Kind Cuts for Kids when the tragic Russian train disaster of 1989 sparked his interest for assisting overseas surgeons to treat children.
In October 2016, the DEK Foundation proudly organised and sponsored a Professor Dewan led mission to Vietnam to help treat sick children and run educational programs for local doctors/surgeons at the National Children’s Hospital in Hanoi.
Assisting him on the trip to Vietnam were Dr. Padma Rao, a UK & Australian trained physician and radiologist and Dr Nimako, Boateng, a healthcare practitioner specialising as a Paediatrician in Ghana.