Work with us

13 July 2021

M&E experts

2021-08-31T14:26:36+02:0013 July 2021|

Monitoring and Evaluation experts provide technical support with the aim of improving data collection and analysis, reporting, monitoring and evaluation of the ongoing projects in a specific area or at country level.

13 July 2021

Internists

2021-08-31T14:26:26+02:0013 July 2021|

Doctors with Africa Cuamm internists operate mainly in rural hospitals, where they carry out clinical, organisational and training activities. They can also play a role in providing technical assistance to local authorities in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases.

13 July 2021

Infectivologists

2021-08-31T14:26:14+02:0013 July 2021|

Doctors with Africa Cuamm infectivologists operate primarily in rural hospitals to ensure the improvement of the quality of services, especially in the field of HIV/AIDS.

13 July 2021

Gynaecologists

2021-08-31T14:36:30+02:0013 July 2021|

Doctors with Africa Cuamm Gynaecologists work primarily in rural hospitals, where they are responsible for the Maternity ward and Gynaecology activities.

28 September 2015

Work with us

2021-08-26T10:08:29+02:0028 September 2015|

Being "with" Africa indicates a style, a method of working, marking the difference between "simply" giving to others and "sharing" with others. It means having the same goals and combining efforts, it is exchange and mutual enrichment.

28 September 2015

Non-health Professionals

2021-08-31T14:19:13+02:0028 September 2015|

“The goal is that of utilising at best the resources available, which are always very few compared to the great needs. It is a challenge, but I enjoy it because then I see the results of my work.” Francesca Gritti, Administrative Coordinator in Ethiopia.

28 September 2015

Health Professionals

2021-08-31T14:29:06+02:0028 September 2015|

“We cooperate with hospital and field staff to provide continuative and proper care. It is a daily challenge, fuelled by the hope to give dignity to suffering in a context poor of resources, with a culture completely different from ours”. Mariangela Galli, nurse, South Sudan.