The project will include the implementation of a referral system so that any woman who is diagnosed with breast cancer will be able to access treatment in Niamey, including surgery where necessary.
“The community 'godmothers’ are helping to reduce delays women face in receiving medical care during labour,” said Dr. Sene, head of Kedougou medical region.
During her recent visit to Paris in December, Mrs Edna Adan Ismail, one of WAHA International’s key partners in Somaliland took some time out of her busy schedule to answer some of our questions.
Moussu has had fistula for ten years. Today she is in Kedougou hospital, ready to go to Tambacounda about three hours drive away, where she will be operated by Pr Serigne Gueye.
“Preventing Women from becoming outcasts” was the main theme of the third annual conference of the International Society of Obstetric Fistula surgeons (ISOFS).
Dr. Sinan Khaddaj, WAHA International’s secretary general participated in a press conference held in Dakar on the 6th of December.