WADADIA FISTULA REPORT

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Women And development Against Distress In Africa is a registered non- profit making Organisation Implementing programmes in seven Counties of  Western part of Kenya and in the North Rift region of Kenya. The organisation implements the projects in this region under a vision of a world where women are healthy, enjoy their full rights and are empowered to effectively meet their obligations in society.

The organisation has therefore developed this report that covers the Action On Fistula project activities. The project aims at increasing access to care and treatment for the fistula clients in Kenya. These activities were implemented under the following four service delivery areas namely: Capacity Building and Awareness Creation, Care and Treatment for fistula client’s ,leadership and governance as well as coordination, networking and collaboration

To see more click on the links below….

WADADIA-Q4-march-2015-may-2015-FF-REPORT.pdf

WADADIA-Q-1-MAY-2015-JULY-2015-AOF-REPORT.pdf

 

 

 

 

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Action on Fistula- A New Partnership

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Action on Fistula is a new partnership between the Fistula Foundation and Astellas Pharma Europe, Ltd. to provide treatment to women who are suffering from obstetric fistula in Kenya. WADADIA is one of the leading organizations, working locally, under the Fistula Foundation, to kick fistulas out of Africa.

Watch this video to learn more about the Action on Fistula.

 

CEO of the Fistula Foundation, Kate Grant,  greeting fistula survivors.

CEO of the Fistula Foundation, Kate Grant, greeting fistula survivors.

 

Fistula Foundation and Astellas meeting with fistula survivors.

Fistula Foundation and Astellas meeting with fistula survivors.

 

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