CUAMM' s first annual general meeting in an African country was held in Ethiopia to take account of a more than 40-years-long commitment in a country that now calls us to address new challenges.
Doctors with Africa CUAMM promoted and participated in the first international conference held by UCL to bridge research, action and policy in creating and implementing effective warnings and fostering local communities preparedness.
A training program on neonatal emergency and resuscitation was delivered to medical teams in Moldovan peripheral facilities thanks to a program designed and planned by CUAMM in partnership with UNICEF.
Students from the med school of the Catholic University of Mozambique, in Beira, are smiling emotionally while they handle the diploma. A goal towards which we accompany those most deserving and in need by awarding them a scholarship.
Over 1.000 women and children assisted through the provision of medicaments, 1.900 consultations performed and 100 doctors trained are some of the results collected at the end of the UNICEF supported project implemented by CUAMM in Moldova.
Since the conflict broke out on 24th February, 2022, over 869.000 people crossed the border seeking refuge in Moldova. CUAMM, in partenrship with UNICEF has been supporting the most vulnerable by providing health assistance within RACs.
World Breastfeeding Week is commemorated worldwide from August 1 to 7 to emphasize the importance of regular breastfeeding for babies. In some regions, as in Africa, breast milk can make the difference between life and death for a baby. As it is the case in Beira, Mozambique.
CUAMM inhaugurates the new OPD and ER blocks at Connaught Hospital in Freetown the third level facility which is a point of reference for about 1.493.252 people in the country.
The official ceremony for the Família Modelo certification was held in Chiure district, Cabo Delgado with the aim to promoting health habits and access to health services among the most vulnerable groups.
July marks the Disability Pride Month, but that can mean various things to different people worldwide. In Ivory Coast a Rehabilitation Centre run by the nouns of Mother Teresa Verzeri offers disabled people support and care.