In Feb 2018, Doctors Worldwide UK carried out an assessment of our local Malawi partners (Madinah Social Services) health clinics in Mangochi. The purpose of this assessment was to identify any critical gaps in care and think about how we as Doctors Worldwide UK can address these gaps to improve patient safety and have a […]
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Human resources are an essential component of every healthcare system in the world. The World Health Organisation states that ‘Developing capable, motivated and supported health workers is essential for overcoming bottlenecks to achieve national and global health goals.’1 Over eighteen years of delivering humanitarian projects across Europe, Asia and Africa, we have witnessed […]
Doctors Worldwide Training Course 2017 – An Introduction to Humanitarian Work Written by Sonya Ahmed How do you store clean drinking water for an entire town devastated by a tsunami? What are the priorities in setting up a maternal health project in an area where women give birth at home? Would you work with local militia to deliver […]
We’ve been involved in responding to the current Rohingya Refugee Crisis from its outset in Aug 2017..
Doctors Worldwide UK held its two-day annual training course at the Wellcome Trust in London, in October. Running in its eleventh year, the course has been updated every year and has been expanded from the original one-day course held in Birmingham in 2006. Thirty-four participants, from a diverse range of healthcare backgrounds, attended this year’s […]
Dr Saud Jukaku visited Kenya in November 2016. Here are some of his reflections: Ever since medical school, I have had the desire to visit Africa, in addition to doing some medical relief work. A few months ago, I got an opportunity to go to Kenya with Doctors Worldwide. As a GP, I was in […]