A devastating funding gap
Cambridge Global Health Partnerships supports collaboration between healthcare workers across the globe.
When health workers come together, they exchange best practices, learn new skills and share ideas that have a huge impact. Therefore, health partnerships are crucial to patients’ lives both in the UK and overseas.
But recent cuts to UK foreign aid funding have left us with a devastating funding gap. No funding means no training and no knowledge sharing. At every moment, lives can be lost.
Together, we can help reduce the mortality rate of mothers in Uganda
Mothers in Uganda are 54 times more likely to die from birth complications than in the UK.
A group of Cambridge Global Health Partnerships volunteer health professionals have been working with clinical teams in Uganda to find solutions that can help save more lives. Together, they began developing new guidelines for the care of mothers during and after birth.
But this vital partnership has lost funding. Without the support of people like you, it could end.
So please donate today and help us to continue this vital work. Thank you.
I know for sure that through these partnerships, new and improved ways of delivering patient care are developed, as well as the ability of health workers to make life-changing decisions at any moment. Ultimately, saving lives!
Chris Moody, clinical nurse specialist, Cambridge