A delegation of Italian and Norwegian research workers recently visited Beira Central Hospital and sites where Doctors with Africa CUAMM is working.
CUAMM attended the Second National Paediatric Congress of Mozambique to follow the proceedings at close hand and observe the development of best practice for protecting children’s health.
October saw the launch of a new project in Angola to address the problem of malnutrition. This project considers nutrition in a community context, with particular emphasis on mothers and children aged under five.
October was a big month for our work on nutrition, full of both technical meetings and awareness raising events to present what CUAMM is doing to fight malnutrition.
The winner of the Aspen Award 2016 was a study on Ebola in a collaboration between the Fondazione Bruno Kessler and Doctors with Africa CUAMM.
In continuity with Strategic Plan 2008–2015, Doctors with Africa CUAMM presents a new plan to guide its strategy and actions for 2016–2030, towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Today – Nyerere Day – we are pleased to join Tanzania in its commemoration of Julius Nyerere, “Father of the Nation”.
Every year the Uhuru Torch passes through Tanzania, making stops at the country’s newly opened or most excellent health facilities to show appreciation for the good work being carried out there.
Sometimes you receive unexpected messages – simple notes that make all the hard work you’re doing well worth it, and help you to carry on despite the daily difficulties of working in Africa. The trust and esteem earned by Giovanni Dall’Oglio, a CUAMM doctor working in South Sudan, come through loud and clear in those he’s received – a deeply satisfying gift.