With the aid of the U.S. government, Doctors with Africa CUAMM will support the management of the ARES field hospital, as it already does for three other facilities in the region. Giving attention to outlying areas, we are launching a partnership that looks to the future and solidarity with the rest of the world.
90% of deaths from cervical cancer could be avoidable in Africa. According to WHO, 19 out of 20 countries with the highest cervical cancer burden are in Africa and thousands of women suffer from a disease caused by a virus, preventable through vaccination and screening, even with low resources. The pandemic delays these services, but the gap mustn't be increased.
The night between January 22nd and 23rd 2021, Tropical Cyclone Eloise (category 1) made landfall in the already fragile Province of Sofala hit, exactly in Buzi District, 30 km south to Beira City, in central Mozambique.
Cyclone Idai crippled the health services of a country with a very fragile system. Now, after the emergency, it's time to rebuild.
New ViiV Healthcare grant to support CUAMM’s project to improve HIV treatment and care for adolescents in Mozambique.
Rebuilding is at the top of the agenda in Beira, Mozambique's second-largest city, 90% of which was destroyed last March. ECHO and CUAMM have provided five ambulances for a stronger health system to respond quickly to regular emergencies.
Doctors with Africa CUAMM in Mozambique CUAMM has been active in Mozambique since 1978, and we have supported the Sofala province, which was hit by Cyclone Idai, since the end of the civil war (1992). CUAMM has been in Beira since 2003. In addition to the Faculty of the Catholic University of Beira, CUAMM also [...]