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Rebuilding Lives

Are you ready for a new adventure? Trek across Tasmania and provide access to life-changing reconstructive surgeries and related medical services in the Asia Pacific.

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Rebuilding Lives

Are you ready for a new adventure? Trek across Tasmania and provide access to life-changing reconstructive surgeries and related medical services in the Asia Pacific.

Find out More

Rebuilding Lives

Are you ready for a new adventure? Trek across Tasmania and provide access to life-changing reconstructive surgeries and related medical services in the Asia Pacific.

Find out More

Help children like Pasilio get the surgical care that will change their life.

Pasilio is only seven years old and has already lived through more pain and torment than many of us will ever face in a lifetime.

In 2019 he was severely burnt in an accident, but there were no specialist burns or plastic surgery care available in Tonga, so Pasilio was unable to receive the required optimal treatment.

Pasilio had been waiting for more than three years for specialist treatment, and in that time his burns formed thick scar contractures, which have left him unable to move his neck and with little function in his arms.

But what’s worse than the chronic pain Pasilio was experiencing, is that he had been missing out on his childhood.

Will you give a life-changing gift today and give more children like Pasilio new hope for the future?

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Latest News & Updates

Young boy with bandages on his neck, upper torso and arm smiles for a photo with his parents. A play button sits on top.
9th Feb 2024

A bright future for Pasilio

When Pasilio was four, his head, neck and torso were severely burned. He barely survived, and…

A profile photo of a young woman.
6th Feb 2024

Christina travels 500km for life-changing care

When Christina couldn’t access care in her hometown of Madang, she made the long journey to…

A young patient has their cleft lip and palate examined by Dr Marucci while mum holds them in her arms.
15th Jan 2024

Walk in the shoes of an Interplast volunteer

What does it really take to provide plastic and reconstructive surgery in places without the resources…

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Nurse with asleep patient after surgery, there is an Interplast logo