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 2017 Uganda felt the impact of the crisis in neighboring South Sudan. CUAMM focused on the health of mothers and children in the region of Karamoja and the Oyam district, in the villages and in health centers.and hospitals, Matany and Aber promoting education, antenatal visits, attended births, and emergency transport. In Karamoja, [...]
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 2017 In a country beset by upheaval, our support for the Wolisso hospital continued, sending staff, aid for medicine and local staff, rehabilitation projects, and waste disposal systems. In the region of South Omo, we continued interventions for maternal and child health, the prevention and treatment of cervical cancer, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and [...]
In 2017 The country saw a very weak economic recovery, after oil prices had collapsed, and, after 38 years, a new president from the MPLA, the ruling party, João Lourenço, was elected. In this context, we developed a new undertaking in Luanda, having completed the intervention to improve diabetes and hypertension diagnoses in [...]
A project to ensure free access to safe delivery and infant care in Africa: 4 countries, 4 hospitals, 22 peripheral health facilities, 1.300.000 inhabitants involved. Just one claim: "Mothers and children first", because we want to guarantee mother-child health in Africa.