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Amref
SUPPORT MIDWIFERY EDUCATION IN AFRICA TOGETHER
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SPARTOO x AMREF

Spartoo has been a proud supporter of AMREF for the past 7 years!

As a leading African public health NGO, Amref fights for equitable access to health care in Africa, particularly for women and children. For over 15 years, Amref has placed the empowerment and development of health workers at the heart of its projects, while also mobilising digital health innovations. This includes distance training for medical staff through e-learning and mobile learning, and telemedicine – remote diagnosis, patient registration and monitoring.

Sub-Saharan Africa still has the highest maternal and child mortality rates in the world: One in 13 children do not survive to their fifth birthday. More than 80% of maternal deaths worldwide occur in sub-Saharan Africa (source UN, 2017.) Many deaths could be prevented with trained midwives.

- Learn more about AMREF-

Since 2014, over 12,000 healthcare professionals have been trained as part of the international campaign, Stand Up For African Mothers!
In 10 countries: Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Burundi, Zambia, Mozambique, South Sudan, Uganda, Senegal and Ivory Coast

n°1 Make A Donation

Support AMREF though a donation

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n°2 A Bib For A Cause
£ 4 FOR 1 BIB = £ 2 DONATED TO AMREF
Each year, we sell product for which the profits are donated to Amref.

This year, we designed a baby bib adorned with elephants. Symbolising loyalty and wisdom, these bibs are beautifully adorned with a mother elephant and her baby.
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a lovely gift for a great cause
Interview Croisée
FLORENCE-MARIE NDIAYE SARR / SANDRINE BRAME
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AMREF'S COMMITMENT TO YOUTH IN AFRICA

YOUTH, THE FUTURE OF AFRICA

Nearly 60% of the African population is under the age of 25. And 1 in 6 people are between 15 and 24 years old…

The dreams and aspirations of these 1.2 billion youths will shape the future of the continent.

AMREF IN ACTION

  • 150 champions trained in the prevention of female genital mutilation in Senegal. 36,263 students in South Africa benefited from a medical visit. 11,328 children in Senegal and Guinea treated in medical camps specialising in consultations and surgery.
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Avec près de 60 % de ses habitants âgés de moins de 25 ans, l’Afrique abrite la population la plus jeune du monde.

Aujourd'hui, plus que jamais, les jeunes font tomber activement les obstacles au développement et à la justice sociale par l’innovation et la responsabilité. Favoriser l’accès à la santé des jeunes et des enfants fait partie de l’ADN d’AMREF depuis sa création en 1957.

Avec comme priorités d’actions la santé maternelle, néonatale et infantile & la santé sexuelle et reproductive, l’AMREF s’engage de façon globale pour les adolescents et les enfants, avec une empreinte toujours locale et adaptée. À travers trois projets principaux, l’ONG œuvre quotidiennement pour que la jeunesse africaine se développe de manière saine.
1. Former la jeunesse aux enjeux de santé avec le programme scolaire au LIMPOPO (Afrique du Sud) Lancé en 2018 dans la province du Limpopo, « Santé scolaire » vient réduire le fossé entre les services de santé, les enfants et leur famille en les informant sur les pratiques favorables à la santé, l’hygiène et la nutrition

2. Combattre l’excision avec le programme Devenir à Sédhiou (Sénégal)> Le projet Devenir, signé en septembre 2020 avec l’Agence Française de Développement, se déploie dans la région de Sédhiou au Sénégal pour contribuer à la réduction des mutilations sexuelles féminines.

3. S’unir pour les enfants avec le programme Capital Santé (Sénégal et Guinée) Le projet Capital Santé vise à réduire la morbidité et la mortalité des enfants en leur offrant un capital santé optimal à travers l’engagement et l’interrelation de 3 environnements que sont l’école, la famille et les services de santé.

To date our donations have already enabled Amref to train 4,414 health professionals in Senegal and the Ivory Coast.

For 7 years now, SPARTOO has been providing its commited support to Amref: It is unacceptable to us that in today’s day and age women and children are still die in childbirth when it is entirely preventable.

OVER 12,000 MIDWIVES AND NURSES TRAINED SINCE 2014

1 TRAINED MIDWIFE HELPS 500 MOTHERS & BABIES HAVE SAFE AND HEALTHY CHILDBIRTHS


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