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Ambulances Support USask Mozambique Project

Ambulances support USask Mozambique projectby Kristen McEwen - On Campus News. For expectant mothers in the African country of Mozambique, reaching medical services could mean walking up to 15 kilometres over sandy and difficult terrain. Two years into the five-year...

Message from Mozambique

Update on Mozambique – Jessie Forsyth – Canadian Director Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project Mozambique has been hit by two major disasters – Cyclone Idai and Cyclone Kenneth – in the space of merely 6 weeks. Jessie Forsyth, the Canadian Director for the...

Mozambique Needs Our Support!

Friends, You will have seen the reports and photos about Mozambique last week. Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique, along with Zimbabwe and Malawi, causing massive destruction and leaving devastation in its wake. Cyclone Idai has been described as the largest cyclone ever...

Making the Links – Rachel Gough

Rachel Gough Making Links in Mozambique Twelve years ago Rachel Gough was a Making the Links medical student in Mozambique. This was in the beginning stages of the Making the Links exchanges that gave heath science students a chance to work in communities in northern...

Argentina Munguambe

Profiling a Key Team Member - by Jessie Forsyth Argentina's had a long and lively professional history rooted in various components of oral and community health, as well as a long relationship with Saskatchewan. In 1978/79, she completed her "Agente de Estomatologia"...

Ambulances Have Arrived!

Report from Lidia Mondlane, Mozambique Director, Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project,  December 21st, 2018 "I am sharing at this moment the images of the delivery of the ambulances, by His Excellency the Governor of the Province of Inhambane, to the...

The Welcomings – Mozambique Community Work

The Welcomings When members of the Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project visit communities they are greeted with song and dance. It is to celebrate a working agreement on the various initiatives that the Project would be involved in ranging from helping to develop...

Project Director on Mozambique National Radio

Project Director on Mozambique National Radio  Radio Mozambique, which transmits all over Mozambique , recently did an interview with Dr.  Lidia Mondlane, Mozambique Director  of the Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project.    Dr. Mondlane reported on the awareness...

Microproject Training Begins

A major strategy of the Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project is to address the social and economic determinants of health.  A key part of doing this is through the village health committees (Comites de Saude) to organize microprojects that empower women, create...

VISIT OF THE MOZAMBICAN MINISTER OF HEALTH

VISIT OF THE MOZAMBICAN MINISTER OF HEALTH TO THE PROVINCE OF INHAMBANE Reported by  Lídia Mondlane, Mozambique Project Director I recently had the opportunity to be invited to a meeting in Inhambane Province, with the Mozambique Minister of Health. Also attending was...

Project Post Doc Working With WHO

Post-doctoral fellow Daphne McRae is currently working as an intern in the Department of Maternal, Newborn,Child and Adolescent Health at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland, for July andAugust. While there, she is providing support for planning...

Near Miss Approach in Mozambique

What separates mothers who die from those who survive? A near-miss approach in Mozambique By Dr. Nazeem Muhajarine What if we can tackle the wicked problem of too many mums dying when giving birth, in sub-Saharan Africa, by focusing not on deaths but on survival?...

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