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WAHA ensures “Back to school” training in Ebola-hit district of Liberia

As the Ebola outbreak is notably reducing, WAHA International has partnered with the Liberian government's efforts to allow the start of classes to happen after seven months of school closures.


Dr Mulu Muleta awarded with France’s highest distinction

WAHA International is extremely pleased to announce that its Country Representative in Ethiopia, Dr Mulu Muleta, has been awarded the Knight medal of the Order of the Légion d’Honneur, the highest decoration in France, for her commitment towards the health of women in impoverished areas of Africa.


Sudan: 20 women receive life-changing fistula repair surgery

Fistula Patients at the Mother of Mercy Hospital in Gidel Sudan

Long-time WAHA International collaborator and world-renown fistula surgeon Dr. Thomas Raassen travelled to Gidel, Sudan in November 2014 to provide fistula repair surgery to 20 women from the South Kordofan region.


Empowering Former Fistula Patients through income-generating activities

Former Fistula Patients learn to make baskets in Gondar

WAHA International is implementing a skills-based training program for former fistula patients in Gondar, Ethiopia. The program aims to help the women establish income-generating activities so that they can rebuild their lives.


Maternal Healthcare Cannot Wait for the End of the Ebola Crisis

The Ebola oubreak has led to the closure of many healthcare centers in Guinea

Women cannot wait for the Ebola outbreak to end to give birth. The Ebola epidemic has put a significant strain on the healthcare systems in the affected countries.


Fistula Care Continues in Guinea Despite Ebola

Centre Medico-Social Djigui Espoir-AGFO-SME in Conakry

WAHA International is continuing to provide fistula care services in Guinea despite the outbreak of Ebola, which is currently ravaging the country and devastating the healthcare system.