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Alda, Carlo, Tiziana and Francesco are back from Aber.

Welcome back to Alda, Carlo, Tiziana and Francesco from Aber.

Alda and Carlo have dedicated themselfes to orphans suffering from HIV of Sister Maria Marrone, students in Ngetta who benefit from our scholarships, students at the school of Santa Bakita.

Francesco and Tiziana operated in gynaecology at the hospital of Aber and this time there was also Doc Antonella Ninci of the association ANTHOS A.P.S. of Certaldo. Together with her and the Aber Hospital, CUAMM and Wecare onlus, the Uterine Cervix Cancer Prevention Campaign, which is the leading cause of death from cancer in Uganda, has been codified. This initiative welcomed with great enthusiasm by the inhabitants and politicians of Oyam district will begin next July. The cost of the test will be about 7/8€ per exam. We hope to have the support of many to give these very poor women the opportunity to take a test that is not completely wrong to call "life saving".

 

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