CONTEXT The Central African Republic (CAR) has a population of 4.8 million. It is one of the poorest and most fragile countries in the world despite its wealth of natural resources. CAR has been suffering chronic instability since its independence in 1960: the cycle of violence does not seem to stop as the recent clashes [...]
Doctors with Africa CUAMM makes an evaluation of an intervention in Addis Ababa urban context: lessons learned and achievements of a project aiming at ensuring continuity of healthcare services, along with facing Covid-19 impact.
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.
New IT system delivered by Doctors with Africa CUAMM to San Patrignano community. Funded by the U.S. Government through the “Italian Response to Covid-19” project, the new equipment has been helping to keep running the services of the community even during the pandemic, including consultations with external doctors and therapists and meeting with families, for the health and wellbeing of the hosts.
Eleonora Balestri's experience in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of Wolisso hospital in Ethiopia.
Pope Francis reminds us that health is a primary common good and praises the dedication and the generosity of health workers and volunteers. Father Dante Carraro from Doctors with Africa Cuamm, “We must take care of the whole Planet, or we won’t find peace”.
Doctors with Africa CUAMM which is firmly engaged in an emergency intervention in the refugee camps of Nguenyyiel, Tierkidi and Jewi in Gambella region, in Ethiopia, in order to reduce the risk of the Covid-19 spread.
In Africa, tuberculosis is still a disease that causes many victims, 1,4 million only in 2019 (WHO). But not all stories have an inevitable ending.