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09
NOV
2016

Improving Access to Palliative Care Treatment in Malawi

According to World Health Organisation (WHO), the Malawi health system ranks 185 out of 190, and most patients with cancer are diagnosed too late for any curative treatment. Palliative care service provision is rudimentary at best, and many die in severe pain. For terminally ill...
03
AUG
2016

Changing Attitudes and Behaviours of Healthcare Workers to Improve Outcomes for Patients in Uganda

The Chalker Foundation for Africa is partnering with KwaAfrica to help improve access to healthcare services by training Healthcare Workers to address and change their behaviours and attitudes so that patients have positive experiences and outcomes. This is a result of research...
03
AUG
2016

Improving Access to Obstetric Care in Rural Western Kenya

In Kenya, almost 100,000 children under the age of 14 are infected with HIV, and over 660,000 children under 17 are orphaned due to AIDS (UNAIDS, 2015). With such shocking statistics, The Chalker Foundation for Africa has decided to support the charity, Ace Africa, in a project...
23
JUN
2016

Training Girls in Malawi to be Football Coaches and Educate the Community About HIV

TackleAfrica informs, supports and challenges young Africans to make safer decisions, limiting the impact of HIV in their communities. The charity trains and supports African football peer educators, teachers and youth leaders to become coaches and delivers interactive HIV...