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News & Events

Examples of our work, current news, events and information about SolidarMed.


Annual Report 2019

Although we had to postpone the 94th Annual General Meeting, our annual report for 2019 will be published on time. Here you will find a detailed insight into our project work and a transparent listing of the funds used.

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A lifetime patient

Worldwide 2.8 million children live with HIV. Many are under therapy. This is not suitable for children. That is why many young people stop taking it and life-threatening resistances threaten.

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The mobile clinic starts rolling

This week, the first mobile clinic in Lesotho was inaugurated. It brings medical aid directly to people in remote villages.

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The new corona virus is a danger to Africa. Like many other diseases.

Fragile health systems in many countries in (southern) Africa are facing extra challenges to prepare for the new corona virus. But, even if the spread of the virus can be stopped before reaching Sub Saharan Africa, many dangerous diseases remain prevalent. Strengthening health systems therefore continues to be a priority.

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Making progress: Operating theatre for Namuno

The mortality rate of pregnant women and newborns in Mozambique is among the highest in the world. The first operating theatre in the remote district of Namuno will be opened this year to improve the situation.

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Into the year 2020

SolidarMed is starting the new decade with many new projects, others we are continuing. We would like to present three highlights, which we are particularly looking forward to, to you here.

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Digital X-ray machine for Chikombedzi

In the hospital in remote Chikombedzi, an X-ray machine is finally available again after seven years. This was made possible by a cooperation between the Japanese embassy and SolidarMed.

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Tuk Tuk Ambulance in Mozambique

Tuk Tuks may be slow, but they also work in regions of great poverty. Together with the ETH Lausanne researcher Sashidhar Jonnalagedda, SolidarMed is researching the potential roles of ambulance taxis.

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Cyclone Kenneth: The reconstruction begins

After the devastating cyclone, SolidarMed is assisting reconstruction efforts in the medical field.

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