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....
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...