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  • 21
  • May

Changing the world through women and girls

  • 21/05/2018

Amref Health Africa is working towards achieving Universal Health Coverage by 2030. It's an ambitious goal - and one that cannot be met unless the global health community puts women and girls at the forefront of its efforts.

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  • 02
  • May

Team Amref complete the 2018 London Marathon!

  • 02/05/2018

Reflections on the London Marathon 2018 and the incredible achievements made this year. All 5 runners in Team Amref successfully surpassed their fundraising targets and completed the race!

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  • 02
  • May

Tanzania: Technology is bringing the right to health to every mama and mtoto

  • 02/05/2018

A handy smartphone app, mVacciNation lets health workers in Tanzania capture data for each child they vaccinate, and record vaccine temperatures and stock levels. "By making it easier to overcome barriers to immunisation, mVacciNation helps promote the right to health for every mother and their little mtoto in a cost-effective and innovative manner," writes our Programme Officer Aleena Khan.

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  • 20
  • April

Obstetric fistula: Fighting stigma in Tanzania

  • 20/04/2018

Keflene experienced obstetric fistula aged 19, during her first pregnancy. Now 25, she's an ambassador in her community, combating stigma and working to ensure that other women don't have to go through what she did.

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  • 10
  • April

Read our magazine: Mambo Vipi, Spring 2018

  • 10/04/2018

Twice a year, Amref UK donors receive a paper copy of our supporter magazine, Mambo Vipi. This issue explores why women and girls are at the heart of our work, looks at the impact of eLearning, and explains why Community Health Workers play a vital role in the fight for the right to health.

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