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Read accounts from health workers involved in Health Partnership activity across the globe and the impact it's having on patients.

#ChooseToChallenge: Challenging stigma and empowering mothers of children with disability in Rwanda

Mothers of children with disability have been choosing to challenge the discrimination and exclusion they can face in their communities...

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Continuing to “Let Hope Grow” for children with developmental disabilities and their families in Rwanda in the COVID-19 era

With funding from Johnson & Johnson, the University College London Hospitals - Partners in Health/Inshuti Mu Buzima partnership have been working to integrate an evidence...

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Extending Care Across Accra

We met P.W. Inspector Ellen Manu, a nurse working at the Ghana Police Hospital who shared her experience of caring for patients....

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Empowering Caregivers in Western Uganda

We visited the 'Early Detection, Prevention and Intervention for Infants at High Risk of Developmental Disability in Western Uganda project' at KCDC....

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“At first, I thought that one of my neighbours had bewitched her”

Early detection, prevention and intervention for infants at high-risk of developmental disability in Western Uganda....

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Not just a woman’s job anymore! – Nursing in Ghana

The dedication and determination embodied in the health workers at Korle Bu Hospital is truly inspirational; here is Obuobi Abdul-Rahman’s story....

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Emergency, Triage, Assessment and Treatment (ETAT) training in Myanmar

The RCPCH and The Myanmar Paediatric Society, worked in partnership to improve the quality of hospital care for seriously sick and injured children in Myanmar...

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