On World Health Day, Prisilia, a nutritionist in Iringa and Njombe in Tanzania, tells of Cuamm's intervention to strengthen the skills of health workers and communities, improving eating habits and health practices even in fragile health systems: so that healthcare and protection are truly accessible to all.
The "Saving Lives" programme launched in 2018 in Sierra Leone is coming to an end. A workshop in Freetown to share the results achieved: an opportunity for exchange and growth to provide quality health services to mothers and children.
An extraordinary opportunity for professionals to discuss best practices and find new approaches in care and prevention of diabetes. Among many other speakers, Doctors with Africa is taking part in the symposium to take the experience and the expertise acquired in Africa.
Every day over 4.100 people around the world lose their lives to TB and around 30.000 fall ill with this preventable and curable disease. Doctors with Africa Cuamm renews its commitment to defeat this silent disease which incidence is higher than expected. The efforts in Uganda and Angola proved that team-work can be crucial along with community engagement.
The new sections, inaugurated today, have been implemented by Doctors with Africa Cuamm in the framework of IRC19 project “Italia Response to Covid-19: Improving governance and community preparedness for a resilient society (IRC19)”, supported by USAID, United States Agency for International Development.
In Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, the closing event of the 'Test&Treat' project, to share the progress made on the ground in containing the epidemic.
Thanks to a development of screening services, awareness campaigns and availability of technical instruments, many progresses have been made in the prevention of transmittable diseases.
Against the decision to focus everything on military alliances and the threat of arms in an independent state, LINK 2007 network of NGOs reaffirms the need to make every effort to return to political and diplomatic dialogue, even if this seems impossible.
The closing event of the PIPSA project, which started in 2018 and aims to improve assistance and health care services for people living with HIV, took place today in Luanda, Angola.
Today in Addis Abeba the final event of the project "Improving the quality of care and prevention of diabetes mellitus and hypertension", financed by WDF and implemented by CUAMM.