On World AIDS Day, CUAMM is committed to concrete actions to contribute to the fight against HIV infection in the last mile.
The integrated approach to support refugee and displaced populations in the Somali region, reported by Fede Bagolin, a volunteer in Universal Civil Service in Ethiopia.
CUAMM's commitment to the mother-and-child hospital in Freetown, narrated by Claudia Mocci, project leader, Alessia Sala and Marina Valeriani, Junior Project Officer in Gynaecology.
A CUAMM project, financed by the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation, has started to provide health care to populations displaced by the conflict in Amhara, northern Ethiopia.
There are 537 million adults around the world living with diabetes: in Africa there are 24 million patients, more than 50% not diagnosed. A border that sees CUAMM out on the front line in different countries, in order to treat and bring out these patients "hidden" needs.
Two campervan set up as mobile health clinic are located in St. Peter’s square, across the left side of the Basilica’s colonnade, to offer medical healthcare to the most vulnerable and homeless people, from Monday to Sunday November the 13th, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. A healthcare facility provided by Doctors with Africa CUAMM on occasion of the World Day of the Poor.
A new training module was presented in Bishoftu, Oromia, which is included in the midwifery degree courses of all Ethiopian universities to train professionals on the importance of registering births at the birth registry, the first step to improving maternal and child health.
A photographic exhibition was inaugurated at the University of Kampala to tell the story of the collaboration between Italy and Uganda in health cooperation.
Doctors with Africa CUAMM won the award for "Best supporting implementing partner for safe motherhood activities in service delivery" in Uganda.
The experience of Adriano La Vecchia, the first Junior Project Officer in Paediatrics to give his service in Jinka, South Omo, southern Ethiopia.