Maternity Ward Building In the month of April 2021, with the support from the Canadian Friends Service Committee (CFSC), we have continued putting broth on the walls of Ntaseka clinic extension plus the control work. The next step will be the tiling of the building, installation of toilets andshowers. One trauma healing workshop was done on April 26-28, 2021.
COVID-19 AND NTASEKA CLINIC In the month March 2021, Friends Women’s Association has continued to apply Covid-19 restrictions at Ntaseka Clinic for both the staff and the beneficiaries’ protection. MARCH 8, 2021 On March 12, 2021, as women-led organization which works for women, the FWA joined the world to celebrate the international women’s day.
COVID-19 AND NTASEKA CLINIC On December 17, 2020, according to the Ministry of Public Health and the Fight against HIV/AIDS, since March 31, 2020 a total of 76962 people have been tested for COVID-19, including 760 confirmed cases, 687 discharged,71 active cases and two deaths. So, since July 2020, different organizations have supported Ntaseka clinic to prevent both its staff and patients from covid-19. They … Read More →
Improving Women’s Reproductive Health (IWRH) FWA community health workers and FWA staff have continued to educate men, women and young people on the importance of family planning. One discussion group for young girls was done on January 21st, 2021. One discussion group for girls mothers was done on January 28th, 2021
Maternity Ward Building In the month of February 2021, with the support from the Canadian Friends Service Committee (CFSC), we have continued the concreting and plastering of Ntaseka clinic maternity ward walls. The installation of electricity and plumbing work are done at the same time. The next step is putting broth on the walls of the building plus the control work.
On May 11-15, 2020, under the support of Segal Family Foundation (SFF), seven of FWA staff involved in the self-help (SHG) approach benefited a training for a better monitoring and evaluation of the SHGs. Facilitators were from BIRATURABA.
On March 9, 2020, FWA joined the world to celebrate the Women’s International Day. In the area of women’s socio-economic empowerment, at the end of February 2020, FWA had a total of 78 self-help groups for a total of 1788 women. Members of the SHGs saved some money together to rejoice together for the step already achieved. Firstly, there was a gathering at Ntaseka Clinic, … Read More →
On February 23-29, 2020 Horanimana Grace and Misago Gisele, two of FWA trauma healing facilitators attended HROC advanced training at HROC Musanze center in Rwanda. Family Health International (FHI) has organized capacity building on target and index screening for Ntaseka clinic staff Get the whole report here
159 cases were consulted by our medical doctors, including 58 adults (27 women and 31 men), 21 children (13 girls and 8 boys), 69 HIV positive people and 11 pregnant women for ultrasound. The nurse received 270 patients including 187 adults and 83 children. December 10-13, 2019 was a mother-child week. Ntaseka clinic was one of the vaccination centers as usual. We had a total … Read More →
Under the support of Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP), a delegation of five people from Quaker Peace Network (QPN) Burundi joined Mel Duncan (Cofounder of NP) for a field exposure in South Sudan from October 29th, 2019 to November 10th, 2019. The purpose was to learn how Unarmed Civilian Protection skills are used on the ground. The result was that we came up with a proposal for … Read More →