WAHA International has dispatched an emergency team to Nepal, on April 28th, 2015, to assess the medical needs in the capital and bring a rapid response to the disaster that struck the country.
WAHA International organized on April 18, 2015, the inauguration of its new maternal health project in Tambacounda (Centre), at a ceremony attended by many Senegalese officials, including the Minister of Health and Social Action, Ms. Awa Marie Coll-Seck.
The Guinean Anti-Ebola Coordination entrusted WAHA International with the construction of a new triage system at the entrance of the Ignace Deen hospital, located in the Kaloum neighborhood of Conakry, with the collaboration of the World Health Organization (WHO).
From 2 to 13 March 2015, Dr. Thomas Raasen conducted a new working visit to Kagando Hospital, in the western district of Kasese, near the Congolese border, on behalf of WAHA International.
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.
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.