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  • 24
  • September

Safe Deliveries in Tanzania: The Real Deal

  • 24/09/2018

Stephanie Mooney, Trusts and Foundations Officer at Amref Health Africa UK, reports back on her visit to an ambitious project that aims to improve the health of mothers, children and young people across Simiyu region.

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  • 10
  • August

Tanzania: Foundations for the Future

  • 10/08/2018

Young people in two rural districts of Tanzania are equipping their friends and classmates with the information they need to make informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health.

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  • 05
  • June

Katine: It started with a village

  • 05/06/2018

In 2007, Amref Health Africa, The Guardian, Farm Africa, Barclays Bank and the communities of Katine joined forces for a pioneering project, tackling water, health, education, livelihoods and community empowerment. The project offered the public a unique insight into the reality of international development. Ten years on, how has life changed for people in Katine?

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  • 30
  • May

Anti-FGM Activist Nice Nailantei Leng'ete honoured by TIME

  • 30/05/2018

Amref Health Africa was delighted to see TIME magazine recognise the work of Nice Nailantei Leng'ete, a Project Officer with our team in Kenya, and a courageous advocate for the rights of women and girls. Ms. Leng'ete was listed by TIME as one of the 100 most influential people in the world today, in honour of her work with Maasai communities in Kenya to end the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM, also known as Female Genital Cutting or FGC).

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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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