Category Archives: Global Health Fellows

Tackling maternal sepsis one case at a time

In this blog, Global Health Fellow Barida Poi discusses her experience with the Kakamega Cambridge Antimicrobial Stewardship Partnership, helping to deliver training in infection control, management of sepsis and postnatal care in a maternity setting.

My experience in Uganda

In this blog, Babu, an East of England Global Health Fellow, discusses his experiences with the Kampala-Cambridge Maternal and Neonatal Partnerships and furthering a textbook titled: ‘Principles of Obstetrics in Africa’ written by an African team.

Tackling Global Maternal Mortality

In this blog Sarah, East of England Global Health Fellow, shares her experiences of working within our Kampala – Cambridge working to improve maternal and neonatal health partnership and working on equity and inclusion.