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Chicken Book of South Africa

Chicken Book of South Africa

This is a manual for setting up and running chicken production units. It is an important manual covering all phases from growing chickens, to housing chickens, to the proper care of chickens, to the economics of keeping track of inputs and outputs, to the sales of...

Community Development

Community Development

This powerpoint follows key points in community involvement, organizing and development. Our experience has shown that it is a important guide for community engagement - formation of local health committees, developing leadership, defining issues and the community...

Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Update

Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Update

Mozambique-Canada Maternal Health Project Highlights Blog By Denise Kouri Jessie Forsyth, Director of the Mozambique-Canada Maternal Health project, was recently in Canada. At a meeting of the project’s Canadian associates, she talked about key project developments....

Mozambique Canada Partnership Featured

Mozambique Canada Partnership Featured

Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project Featured in Global Health Forum Community Health and Epidemiology U of S is celebrating its 60th anniversary. One of the major panels during its anniversary program on Oct. 25 was a discussion on Global Health. The discussants...

Working Together To Repair Cyclone Damage

Working Together To Repair Cyclone Damage

Working Together to Repair Cyclone DamageRecent cyclones in Mozambique have damaged so much – including health facilities. Many Canadians have reached out to help. The Steelworkers Humanity Fund (USW Canada) recently teamed up with the Mozambique Canada Maternal...

No Regrets

No Regrets

Mozambique Blog Post - Written by 2019 MTL Students Making the Links team with the Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project team in Inhambane City, Mozambique. Groggy from our 42-day adventure (approximately six “Mozam-weeks”), we said our farewells at O.R. Tambo...

Introducing Cristina

Introducing Cristina

The Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project is very pleased to have Cristina Rus assume the duties of our long time administrator/finance officer Joanne Blythe who has recently retired after many years of service. Cristina in her own words describes who she is,...

Thank you Joanne!

Thank you Joanne!

Joanne Blythe, Administrative Officer for the Mozambique – Canada Maternal Health Project, is retiring from her position after many years of dedicated service to the work of the U of S in Mozambique. Nazeem Muhajarine, Principal Investigator states, “Although we knew...

Ambulances Support USask Mozambique Project

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

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!

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

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

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"...

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