Although the most visible results of our Uganda 2018 trip are clearly the before and after photos of our successful cleft operations, perhaps the most global impact may come from education. On this trip, we had up to three Ugandan physicians in the OR watching and learning about cleft surgery. We also had an anesthetist, nutritionist and several nurses watching and participating in care. Our own nurses and CRNAs(Janet, Liz, Holly and Nicole) as well as our pediatrician (Mishelle) and our ER physician (Mark) spent time educating the staff in Kyotera Medical Center on a variety of topics including pulse oximetry and airway management, medication management, anesthesia techniques, and ultrasound evaluations. Teaching and instruction was shared between the physicians as well–both among our own team members and between our team and our Ugandan hosts. We feel strongly that education is as important, if not more important, than the surgery that we provided. Thank you for supporting our goals and partnering with us to promote health and healing around the world.