“I think that people need information. There is usually nobody to explain to us properly what the risks of delivering all alone are. How are women supposed to know about safe motherhood practices? We need to tell them.” Mamar, 18, a former fistula patient who is now using her experience to teach others about safe motherhood practices.
On Tuesday June 3rd, WAHA International hosted a panel on obstetric fistula at the 30th International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) Triennial Congress, which was held in Prague from 1- 5 June this year.
May 2014 - A team of WAHA’s gynecologists helped deliver two sets of twins by emergency Caesarian section at the Bokolmayo Health Center, in Dollo Ado, Ethiopia, one of the largest refugee areas in the world.
Statement by President of Women And Health Alliance InternationalWorking together on new strategies to ensure that we can achieve fistula eradication as soon as possible and improve the wellbeing of women in some of the most disadvantaged places in the world.
Starting this week, WAHA International will be performing fistula repair surgeries in South Sudan
With support from the Ethiopia Fund, WAHA has completed renovation works and the installation of a resting area and garden facilities at the Assella Fistula Center, with the objective of providing a more comfortable and functional environment for patients and personnel.