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May 8, 2024
18 years with a fistula: Faskia's story

Faskika suffered an obstetric fistula 18 years ago and she couldn't afford treatment. She was found by Hamlin's Project Zero team.

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March 28, 2024
Women’s Empowerment Program goes from strength to strength

Hamlin's Women's Empowerment Program has had it's 13th cohort of 51 start in January 2024.

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March 6, 2024
A journey to health: Berknesh's story

Berknesh gave birth to a daughter but then in her second pregnancy, everything changed.

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February 8, 2024
Getu's return to happiness and good health

Getu was identified by one of Hamlin's Health Development Armies, a key part of Project Zero, an ambitious new program aimed at eradicating fistula in Ethiopia.

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January 11, 2024
Your support in action: Neela's story

Neela suffered for almost four decades with an advanced stage pelvic organ prolapse, thinking nothing could be done to help her.

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December 19, 2023
A decade of suffering: Alem's story

Alem suffered for over 10 years with a devastating obstetric fistula injury. Then she arrived at Hamlin's Metu Fistula Hospital.

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December 7, 2023
My first year as Dean – Konjit Kassahun

Konjit Kassahun tells us about her first year as Dean and Prevention Manager of the Hamlin College of Midwives and Head of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia’s nationwide Prevention program.

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December 7, 2023
Hamlin College of Midwives: Class of 2023

This year, Hamlin Midwives safely delivered 28,283 babies and 38,898 women attended their first antenatal appointment at a Hamlin-supported midwifery clinic.

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