7 September 2021

Training to fight malnutrition in Angola

2021-09-07T15:33:07+02:007 September 2021|

Cunene, in Angola, is one of the provinces most affected by the extreme drought that has worsened in recent years. An important training for health workers and supervisors on nutrition, particularly community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM), was completed in Ombadjia.

22 March 2021


2021-03-22T16:33:09+01:0022 March 2021|

Never before this year of pandemic, have we realized the importance of water for the health system. We want to remember it today, on the World Water Day. Water supply becomes crucial in Africa where its scarcity is a daily challenge in addition to many other difficulties, as the threat of Covid-19.  

5 January 2021

A new-born cry to greet 2021

2021-01-05T14:35:33+01:005 January 2021|

On December 31st at 11 pm in Chiulo, Angola, Giorgio Pellis's phone rings: there is an obstetric emergency and Alice, the Angolan doctor who works in the hospital, asks for support in managing the birth beacuse the child struggles to be born.

9 October 2019

CUAMM runs for health in Angola

2019-10-09T10:26:17+02:009 October 2019|

Doctors with Africa CUAMM took part to the "Healthy Marathon" in Luanda, Angola, to fight against non-communicable diseases.

24 October 2018

CUAMM and WDF together against Diabetes in Angola

2018-10-24T14:40:04+02:0024 October 2018|

CUAMM and the World Diabetes Foundation are working again together in Angola thanks to a new project that has recently started in Luanda, the capital of Angola, to fight Diabetes.

28 September 2017


2017-09-28T13:09:13+02:0028 September 2017|

Last Friday in Luanda, Angola, CUAMM hosted the first workshop related to a program for diabetes and hypertension screening in patients with tuberculosis. This is a new challenge in our ongoing battle against chronic diseases, a topic that is still little known in Africa.

9 February 2017

Angola Good news for TB programmes

2017-02-09T12:06:51+01:009 February 2017|

In Sub-Saharan Africa, TB programmes rarely include NCD screening, but a project in Angola is proving it can be done with great success.