CoRSU works with people with disability but it focuses on children with physical impairments. The earlier a child with a disability receives medical care and treatment, the more positive the outcome is likely to be.
Surgery and rehabilitation performed in the first years of life are more straight forward, more efficient and more likely to be successful than if a child waits many years for treatment.
In addition, surgery and rehabilitation plays an important role in the reduction of physical disability among children, inclusion of children with disability in the society, and helping them and their families escaping the trap of poverty associated with disability.
CoRSU offers free surgery to children with disability below 17 years of age; parents/guardians are expected to contribute towards hospital stay (accommodation and food).