Paul Hosman, a teacher in Lokopo primary school, carries out community outreach activities particularly for children.
Sometimes you receive unexpected messages – simple notes that make all the hard work you’re doing well worth it, and help you to carry on despite the daily difficulties of working in Africa. The trust and esteem earned by Giovanni Dall’Oglio, a CUAMM doctor working in South Sudan, come through loud and clear in those he’s received – a deeply satisfying gift.
Our commintment to reduce stunting during the critical period from conception to 24 months
Integrated Promotion of Nutrition, Growth & Development in Tanzania
Over the last several months, CUAMM has screened 3,447 women living in the most isolated areas of Tanzania.
This 13 and 14 April in London Doctors with Africa CUAMM presented a set of good practices, the outcome of a pilot project we recently wound up in Tanzania. CUAMM was the only Italian NGO selected by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the international NGO World Vision to partner on the project, which used technologies to test a participatory approach in the monitoring of health care service quality.
Discusssed in Dar es Salaam on Thursday, 17 December 2015, the findings of a research to assess the situation and context in which Community Health Workers undertake their roles in Iringa and Njombe Regions.
Dar es Salaam - Thursday, 17 December 2015, a workshop organized by Doctors with Africa CUAMM to discuss the role of Community Health Workers – CHWs in two regions of Tanzania: Iringa e Njombe.