The “ForeSeeing Inclusion” project in northern Uganda, focused on eye health and disability inclusion, continues to proceed successfully. Great results have been achieved through a surgical camp organized by Christian Blind Mission and Doctors with Africa CUAMM.
A commitment that began in 2017 in the Gambella region alongside the local population and refugees, first in support of the regional hospital and the Nguenyyiel refugee camp, and is now expanding to the Tierkidi camp.
Doctors with Africa CUAMM participates in the kick off event of the national multisectoral programme on Early Child Development (NM-ECDP) in Dodoma, Tanzania.
The commitment of Doctors with Africa Cuamm in the Covid-19 vaccination campaign, supported by the European Union, also involves field-research.
Doctors with Africa CUAMM Uganda has launched the project titled “ERASE" covering Oyam and Kole districts in Lango region, Northern Uganda. It is mainly aimed at strengthening malaria prevention and control, and improving quality of health services at community and facility level.
The healthcare innovation introduced at Mangiagalli Clinic at the Policlinico of Milan, implemented by Doctors with Africa CUAMM with the support of the American Government, was launched today. Remote monitoring is a new approach that allows health practitioners to monitor patients out of the traditional physical setting of healthcare and to intervene when necessary.
A few days ago, Jigjiga, capital of the Somali region in Ethiopia, hosted the launch event for an emergency intervention to support and strengthen the resilience of displaced persons, refugees, seasonal migrants and their host communities in the Somali region and areas of Ethiopia bordering Kenya and Somalia.
537 million people in the world are affected by diabetes, 24 million in Africa. These numbers are set to increase according to the WHO. This year too, Doctors with Africa CUAMM is participating in the campaign on the occasion of World Diabetes Day, strengthening its commitment to take care of people suffering from chronic non-communicable diseases.
Awareness-raising and prevention at community level is fundamental to combat cervical cancer, the second most common cancer among women in Africa.
Inaugurated in Brescia the new reorganisation of the triage in the paediatric emergency department. One of the twenty interventions carried out by Doctors with Africa Cuamm, thanks to the support of UsAID.