WAHA International trained and gave clean and safe delivery kits to 51 Traditional Birth Attendants to reduce maternal mortality in Dadaab district.
WAHA keeps on working to improve maternal health services in Mogadishu and started working with a new hospital after the handover of Hanano and Forlanini hospitals to the Emirati Red Crescent.
On the 11th of October, a team of senior UNFPA representatives including Ms Ann-Birgitte Albrectsen, the assistant Secretary-General, came to visit the newly established midwifery school that WAHA opened earlier this year in Mogadishu, in partnership with the Ministry of Health and UNFPA.
The agreement signed on September 27th will allow African technicians to be trained by the Sharjah Blood Transfusion & Research Center.
The ambulances will be managed by local health centres and communities.
A few days ago, WAHA inaugurated the Mogadishu Midwifery School in partnership with UNFPA. Our guest of honor, Dr. Samia Hassan, the UNFPA Program Manager for Somalia’s South-Central Zone was the first to open the school.