On September 26, 2014, WAHA International launched, in partnership with the Ministries of Education and Health, a national training campaign in schools throughout Guinea to ensure that children are protected and prevent schools from becoming an important source of transmission for the disease.
Cheikh Mbaye, WAHA’s General Manager, who has been in Guinea for nearly a month, pleads for a “more inclusive” approach in the fight against Ebola.
On September 4-7, 2014, Dr. Mulu Muleta, the Head of WAHA’s programs in Ethiopia travelled to Cape Town, South Africa to attend the 26th Biennial Congress of the International Society of University Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ISUCRS).
WAHA International's Director of Operations talks to "Libération", a French newspaper, about the international community's response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
WAHA International is launching a new project in the Tambacounda region in eastern Senegal to help strengthen and improve access to maternal healthcare services in the region.
A team of journalists spent a week with WAHA's team in Ethiopia. Take a look at their special report on our midwives' training program in Assella.