Meet laboratory technologist Fatuma Dugey. By setting up blood transfusion services and strengthening laboratory capabilities, Fatuma has revitalized health facilities throughout the war-torn capital of Somalia.
For International Women’s Day 2013, WAHA International pledges its support to women’s health. On this day of celebration, we take a moment to rejoice our acheivments and reaffirm our commitment to the women of the world.
WAHA International successfully began a campaign to strengthen obstetric fistula treatment in Guinea. Renovations at the National Teaching Hospital Ignace Deen are nearly finished, providing a safe and secure domain for fistula repair in the capital of Conakry.
WAHA International’s deployment of 26 motorcycle ambulances was graciously received by Niger’s President Mahamadou Issoufou during a ceremony held at the Présidence de la République in Niamey, Niger.
In his most recent visit to Mulago Hospital, WAHA collaborator and expert fistula surgeon Dr. Thomas Raassen participated in the operations of 45 women.
With the support of the World Bank, Waha International launched a much-needed community mobilization project focused on the empowerment and social reintegration of fistula survivors.