The testimony of Stefania, JPO of gynaecology and obstetrics at the University of Milan Bicocca, who returned to Italy in early March after 6 months of service in Tosamaganga, in Tanzania.
Fathers are often marginal figures in Africa, as parental responsibilities are mainly a duty of women. Anyhow, their active role in the family is essential for the health of children.
The cooperation between Doctors with Africa CUAMM and the Tanzanian Hiphop artist popularly known as FID Q to raise community awareness on Hiv/Aids.
"Mtoto Kwanza, Udumavu Tokomeza - Child First. Let us reduce stunting!" is the slogan for the Accelerating Stunting Reduction Programme whose Consortia Partners' meeting took place from the 29th to 31st of January in Iringa, Tanzania.
CUAMM next to most vulnerable communities to figth HIV.
Doctors with Africa CUAMM presented its best practices in nutrition at the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Joint Meeting.
“Breastfeeding: Foundation of Life.” Breastfeeding Week is celebrated worldwide from August 1 to 7 to promote and protect breastfeeding as a universal right. CUAMM has many active initiatives, especially in South Sudan and Tanzania.
One more step towards the aim of guaranteeing the right to health for all.
Children Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) recognizes the efforts and hard work of CUAMM in Tanzania fighting undernutrition
Two large parades will wind through the streets of Shinyanga (Tanzania) and Beira (Mozambique), to inform people and encourage them to get tested.