A non-government organization that has led the campaign to eliminate obstetric fistula condition and act as a catalyst for improving maternal and child health in Uganda.
- Opened in 2019 the first hospital in Uganda and the third in Africa dedicated to women suffering from obstetric fistula;
- The hospital conducts 200 surgeries and treats over 600 women per year;
- 15,000 women and girls affected by fistula have already been treated and reintegrated;
- Signed a strategic partnerships with the Ugandan Ministry of Health;
- Received capital money from the International Fistula Alliance, the Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation and the Uganda Fistula Fund;
- Named Virtual Voices Global Women Leaders Fellows in 2015.
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