This year the annual commemorative event will focus on “Conflict and Crisis in Africa: Protecting all Children’s Rights”. Doctors with Africa CUAMM refuses to remain indifferent in the face of the pain and suffering of so many children everywhere.
On 23rd March the signature of the first Memorandum of understanding between the two organization
Can an investment in the referral system make any difference? The Pujehun District experience in Sierra Leone: a workshop organized by Doctors with Africa CUAMM in partnership with Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Health and Sanitation and UNICEF
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, CUAMM celebrates with women who provide care with a smile and those who seek support for their children and themselves
Mary is a 29-year-old South-Sudanese woman, who had to travel several miles in order to deliver, with many discomforts to bear. The history has been taken by Peninah Nalubega, who, as she wrote, "is an Ugandan by nationality and a midwife by profession, working in Lui Hospital as an employee of CUAMM".
The audience is one of a series of initiatives to develop a program for the care of mothers and children that Doctors with Africa CUAMM wants to start in collaboration with the World Health Organization
Verona 21st November 2015 Aula Magna of the University Viale Università, 4 10:00 – 13:00
In 2018 We continued our work to support the health system in 6 districts of the West Nile region affected by the influx of 1,000,000 South Sudanese refugees, with special focus on improving services for mothers and children and nutritional programs. We continued our efforts in the Karamoja region and Oyam district with a [...]
The intervention of Doctors with Africa CUAMM in Uganda started in 1958. It has been a long work, that still goes on, for the health of all the population, but in particular for mothers and children.
In 2018 As Ethiopia goes through major political changes, we have continued to support the Wolisso Hospital, sending expat and local personnel, pharmaceutical aid and implementing renovation projects. In the South Omo Zone, we continued to work on maternal and child health and the prevention and treatment of cervical cancer, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and [...]