Helping mothers and children to survive and thrive has always been the main goal of Doctors with Africa CUAMM’s commitment, particularly in the most challenging contexts.
The testimony of Alessandra Gossetto and Matteo Arata Jpo in Gynecology and Obstetrics at PCMH, the reference hospital for maternal and child health in Sierra Leone.
On the occasion of the World Prematurity Day, Doctors with Africa CUAMM renews its commitment to maternal and child health that it promotes through the projects in the eight African countries in which it intervenes.
In Uganda, Doctors with Africa CUAMM has promoted a free transport voucher to ensure access to a safe delivery.
In 2019 In 2019, our support at the Paediatric Bangui Hospital, in the capital, became fully operational in close collaboration with Action contre la Faim (ACF) and the Bambino Gesù Children’s Hospital in Rome. The support helps to improve clinical care for children and enhance the administrative and managerial skills of the hospital. [...]
CUAMM and Symphasis Foundation together to improve the health of mothers and children in Uganda.
Our commitment to improving the health of women and children in Africa is continuing, expanding, and deepening. The second phase of our program “Mothers and Children First” has started in all 7 countries and 10 hospitals where we work in sub-Saharan Africa.
Birth Cushions, woolen caps, Baby Kits: “poor” and cheap innovations used by Doctors with Africa CUAMM to improve our services in Africa.
On March 23 at the UN headquarter in New York, during the 61st United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, a conference will be held organized by Doctors with Africa CUAMM in partnership with Italy and Canada’s permanent missions to the United Nations. Among the events is a special talk by Zainab Hawa Bangura, representative of the UN Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict.
A Rotary Club project that provided delivery room equipment to the Chiulo Hospital and training to local health workers wrapped up at the end of last month. Here’s a first-hand account by Giovanni Del Frate of his August 2016 visit to the hospital with other members of Rotary Club Udine Patriarcato.