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Life for Mothers Abstract- 'Integrating mHealth Technology and Holistic Health Care Delivery to Reduce Maternal/Neonatal/Child Mortality in Rural Uganda: Preliminary Findings' Accepted for Oral Presentation
» Jul 26, 2012
XlX International AIDS Conference selects "Development of a Baseline Needs Assessment for HIV Services in Rural Uganda using mHealth Technology and Community Health Workers (CHWs) to Strengthen Health Systems: A Random Cluster Study" for presentation
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Feb 17, 2011
Life For Mothers Meets With Village Health Teams in the Parish of Mwera (Mityana District)
WHEN:Feb 17, 2011LOCATION:Mityana, UgandaTHEME:Project ProgressINFORMATION:On February 10th, a few days after his arrival in Uganda, Dr. Strulovici met with William Nabangi, Clinical Officer and Coordinator of the Village Health Teams (VHTs.) Thus far, 44 Community Health Workers (CHWs) have been chosen, 28 of whom are women and 16 of whom are men. Mr. Nabangi will recruit an additional 6 CHWs (specifically men) to complete the recruitment of the 50 CHWs, making a total of 25 Village Health Teams (representing the 25 villages immediately surrounding the Parish of Mwera).
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Babies and mothers wait for care at Mulago Hospital - Ugandan's National Referral Hospital. Some may die and some mothers may develop obstetric fistulae. Click Here to view.
Source:The New Vision- Uganda's Leading Newspaper July 2007