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30 June 2016

1960s – A turning point

2016-06-30T15:02:39+02:0030 June 2016|

The 1960s was a pivotal period in twentieth-century history, one that influenced people everywhere, including CUAMM’s doctors and the way they envisioned their work.

30 June 2016

Today Facing new challenges

2016-06-30T12:12:43+02:0030 June 2016|

Doctors with Africa CUAMM’s journey continues, in our quest to make free healthcare available and accessible to the communities we serve abroad.

30 June 2016

1950s – The beginnings

2016-06-30T11:23:53+02:0030 June 2016|

Formerly known as the University College for Aspiring Missionary Doctors, Doctors with Africa CUAMM was founded in 1950 by Francesco Canova, previously a missionary doctor in Jordan. Monsignor Girolamo Bortignon, the Bishop of Padua, immediately lent his support to Canova and the project.

20 June 2016

Our work in Tanzania

2019-05-29T11:34:50+02:0020 June 2016|

In 2017 In Tanzania, recently suffering tensions, CUAMM strengthened the national health service, expanding its intervention to the 7 regions of Tanzania in 25 of its districts. We gave special attention in rural areas to the health of mothers and children, attended births, and newborn care. In the Dodoma region, we launched a [...]

15 April 2016

Text Messages to help improve the Health Care System in Tanzania

2016-04-15T09:16:01+02:0015 April 2016|

This 13 and 14 April in London Doctors with Africa CUAMM presented a set of good practices, the outcome of a pilot project we recently wound up in Tanzania. CUAMM was the only Italian NGO selected by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the international NGO World Vision to partner on the project, which used technologies to test a participatory approach in the monitoring of health care service quality.

2 December 2015

Mary Becoming mother in South Sudan

2015-12-02T11:31:50+02:002 December 2015|

Mary is a 29-year-old South-Sudanese woman, who had to travel several miles in order to deliver, with many discomforts to bear. The history has been taken by Peninah Nalubega, who, as she wrote, "is an Ugandan by nationality and a midwife by profession, working in Lui Hospital as an employee of CUAMM".

12 November 2015

CUAMM meets Pope Francis

2015-11-12T12:00:59+02:0012 November 2015|

The audience is one of a series of initiatives to develop a program for the care of mothers and children that Doctors with Africa CUAMM wants to start in collaboration with the World Health Organization

21 October 2015

Annual Report 2014

2015-10-21T11:10:18+02:0021 October 2015|

People, countries, goals, activities and results of 2014