The centre, with its altruistic staff of young volunteer dentists working on the project, welcomes thousands of people each year, mainly sub-Saharans in an irregular situation hosted by the Centre for the Temporary Stay of Immigrants (CETI).
The dental support clinic for immigrants in Melilla, sponsored by the AMA Foundation, is responsible for 2,000 people per year. This clinic was set up under the impetus of the Luis Seiquer Foundation for Social Dentistry and the Institut de Dentisterie Sociale de Paris. College of Dentists of Melillawith the selfless collaboration of the AMA Foundation.
The centre, altruistic and served by young volunteer dentists collaborating on the projectIt serves thousands of people each year, mainly through irregular sub-Saharan Africans have welcomed the Centre for the Temporary Stay of Immigrants (CETI), although there are also children and young people, under the supervision of entities in the autonomous city.
More than 10 years of support to the project
In this way, dental treatments are brought closer to people who are at serious risk of social exclusion. The AMA Foundation has been supporting this type of solidarity initiative for more than ten years. who are concerned with the health of the most disadvantaged, one of the main rights of all human beings.
Óscar Castro, President of the General Council of Dentists and patron of the A.M.A. Foundation, visited the facilities of the Solidarity Dental Clinic located in the Temporary Reception Centre for Immigrants (CETI) in Melilla, the only one in the world.