A new space, built thanks to the support of the American government, has helped allow visits from the relatives of elderly people, which are essential for their well-being, over the past months as it will continue to do in the future.
They lost their lives while working for their people, Abrahm and Moses. All Cuamm staff share in the grief of the families of two colleagues who worked with dedication and commitment
Today in Karamoja, Uganda, the launch event of a Cuamm and Unicef's project has taken place, aimed at ensuring quality health services with a focus on nutrition, HIV, emergency health management and Covid-19. The ministerial community engagement strategy was also presented to ensure that people are sensitised and actively contribute to in prevent and control the spread of Covid-19.
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.
The hospitals chosen by the Region have received new medical isolation tents that will help better manage Covid-19 cases, including after the pandemic's acute phase has passed.
When the story of a mother, Mary, and her child can be truly inspirational for other mothers, promoting the health and wellbeing of the whole community.
Now forgotten in the West, malaria still kills thousands in Africa, including many children. From South Sudan comes the story of Linda, who risked losing a third pregnancy to malaria but was saved by the care of midwife Peninah.
Alarming data from a Global Fund report was published a few days ago: HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria are recording a major drop in diagnosis and treatment in poor countries.
An important moment was held in Freetown, Sierra Leone, to highlight the progress made through the maternal and child health intervention implemented with UNFPA, and supported by the UK Department for International Development.
An important meeting took place in Kampala to share the mentorship activity plan of the “Reproductive, Maternal, and Child Health Services Improvement Project” with the presidents of the health professional associations of Uganda.