fbpx
Donate Now

Latest News

April 5, 2023
Newsletters

Our newsletters provide updates about the life-changing work of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia.

Read More
June 2, 2024
A Second Chance: Amina's story

Amina suffered from fistula for 25 years. After being treated at Hamlin's Harar Fistula Hospital she now has a second chance at life.

Read More
June 2, 2024
Journey to Hope: Ayana's story

60 years with an obstetric fistula. This is how long Ayana suffered before she arrived at Hamlin's Yirgalem Fistula Hospital.

Read More
May 31, 2024
A baby girl after fistula: Enku's story

Enku suffered with an obstetric fistula and later returned to Hamlin's Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital to have a child.

Read More
May 24, 2024
A decade of suffering: Emama's story

Pelvic Organ Prolapse is easily treatable in the United States but in Ethiopia, it can be life-threatening.

Read More
May 17, 2024
A generous way to celebrate 60!

Ruth decided to celebrate a milestone birthday with a fundraiser for Ethiopian women.

Read More
May 17, 2024
International Day to End Obstetric Fistula 2024

On the International Day to Eradicate Obstetric Fistula, and every day, the Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation remains determined to build a fistula-free world for every woman.

Read More
May 8, 2024
Project Zero rolls out in a second woreda

The next phase of Hamlin’s ground-breaking program to accelerate the eradication of obstetric fistula is now being implemented in Didessa Woreda.

Read More
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.

Read More
1 2 3 21
BE CONNECTED

Sign up to our newsletter

Oxygen Works with any Contact Form Plugins...
All rights reserved 2023 Catherine Hamlin Foundation (R) (ABN58159647499)
Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation is fiscally sponsored by KBFUS (EIN582277856) and KBF Canada (RCO769784893RR0001)

Photography credits to Cameron Bloom, Nigel Brennan, Mary F. Calvert, Kate Geraghty, Amber Hooper, Joni Kabana, Johannes Remling and Martha Tadesse.

Patient names have been changed to protect the identities of those we help.