On World Blood Donation Day, we want to draw attention to this simple gesture that can make a difference and save lives through the words of Steven Ngoma, Cuamm doctor in supervision in Bo district.
The story of Agnes and Patrick is one of the many in Sierra Leone, where couples and women have to deal with a health system that is still too fragile, where there is a shortage of medical equipment, drugs and above all of qualified and motivated health personnel.
The figure of the biologist or the lab technician and of those who deal with diagnostics is increasingly important as a component of Cuamm projects. Diagnostics is done at various levels, even in systems with limited resources, and it becomes increasingly complex as the urban area proceeds to the most peripheral and remote areas.
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.
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.
The testimony of Alessandra Gossetto and Matteo Arata Jpo in Gynecology and Obstetrics at PCMH, the reference hospital for maternal and child health in Sierra Leone.
Cuamm, already active in 7 sub-saharan african countries, accepts an invitation to work in the world's poorest country, having taken charge of the pediatric center in Bangui
JOB TITLE: Tropical Doctor with obstetric skills JOB LOCATION: Sierra Leone, Bonthe Island Hospital APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 16, 2018
JOB TITLE: Senior Gynaecologist JOB LOCATION: Sierra Leone, Princess Christian Maternity Hospital of Freetown APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 16, 2018
JOB TITLE: Public Health expert – Project Manager JOB LOCATION: Sierra Leone, Port Loko district APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 16, 2018