The Central African Republic is one of the countries with the highest neonatal mortality rate in the world. Doctors with Africa CUAMM works alongside local human resources at the University Children's Hospital in Bangui, investing in continuous training to improve knowledge and skills in the neonatal and paediatric fields.
Cunene, in Angola, is one of the provinces most affected by the extreme drought that has worsened in recent years. An important training for health workers and supervisors on nutrition, particularly community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM), was completed in Ombadjia.
The first results are being presented from the innovative course for the well-being of Italian health workers, implemented by Doctors with Africa CUAMM with the support of USAID and MSD.
Today, on World Nurses Day, it is more important than ever to recognize the essential role that this professional figure plays in patient care and assistance in Italy as well as in Africa.