“It is at times like this that we can see the vital importance of training nurses and the importance of scholarships so that nurses can be trained.”
As the DRC emerges from an 18-month Ebola outbreak, the Coronavirus poses another threat to the country’s already crippled healthcare system.
“All African women, especially Congolese, are heroes. They are strong, courageous women.”- DR Ese Diejomaoh The Democratic Republic of Congo is currently experiencing, according to The Guardian, the ‘most complex healthcare crisis in history’. DRC’s national public healthcare system is extremely basic. At every level, the healthcare system in DRC suffers from major shortages: hospital […]
An insight report on the situation of healthcare in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
How can a quality education save lives and break the cycle of poverty for women in the Democratic Republic of Congo?
Scholarships for the MAPS programme were awarded to 11 students at ISSI in DRC, giving hard-working students the chance to continue their studies.
How do we access healthcare if we cannot communicate with our doctors? One of the four major areas where FATIMA aims to support its beneficiaries concerns the introduction to and orientation among local social services available to them and their families.
In Cote d’Ivoire, we work with the Ilomba Centre, a multi-functional centre and clinic which hosts various health and education programmes.