On the 1st of September 100 women were screened in a health centre in Niamey marking the start of the national campaign to promote early detection of breast and cervical cancers.
Insecurity and drought has lead over 70,000 Somalis to flee to Mogadishu since January 2011
The Dadaab area in Kenya is where the world’s largest refugee camps have been established to host over 400,000 Somalis.
The meeting was held to discuss the implementation of the fistula training manual.
Sarah Oultaf, French journalist, and WAHA International partnered to produce this 8 minute clip to help raise awareness on the struggles of women with obstetric fistula.
On the 4th and 5th of August, midwives will be trained in early detection of cervical and breast cancers in Niamey, Niger.