On January 21st, PENTA and CUAMM officially teamed up to begin working together on projects aimed at protecting and improving the wellbeing and health of vulnerable communities in Sub-Saharan Africa. This includes the training of local researchers and doctors, the development of policies, information systems and organisational models concerned with child healthcare, infectious diseases (HIV/TB/Malaria), nutrition and chronic non-transmissible diseases. In doing so, together we strive to ensure the highest ethical standards, quality levels and protection of data in any area of research and activity that we will jointly carry out.
Founded in 1950, Doctors with Africa CUAMM was the first non-governmental organization focused on healthcare to be recognized by the Italian government.
Working with international and local partner teams, CUAMM provides medical aid and expertise in 8 African countries: Angola, Central African Republic, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda.
CUAMM also carries out capacity-building activities and conducts and disseminates scientific research with the end goal of ensuring that the fundamental human right to health can be enjoyed by everyone everywhere.