20 countries participate in the third francophone course.
The third francophone course has started with 20 participants from the nine countries listed below:-
Cameroon, Benin, Guinea Conakry, Rwanda, Burundi, Senegal, Tunisia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda.
Initiations Course Cameroon April / May 2012.
There are countries where palliative care does not exist and therefore a course has been designed by Hospice Africa to advise on a number of medical and non medical issue..
Africa. What’s life really like there?
Come and find out from Brandina Ninsiima, Timothé Vulin, and George Daly who will give first hand reports on the work of Hospice Africa in Africa and the African Prison Project.
19h Wednesday 13th January 2016,
Salle d’honneur, la Mairie,
Brandina is a Ugandan citizen who works in the accounts department of Hospice Africa in Kampala, Uganda.
Timothé Vulin is a graduate of Science Po (Paris) who worked in the International Department of Hospice Africa in Uganda between July 2014 and July 2015. He was very involved with the organisation and running of the francophone programme.
George Daly is a member of HA(SP)F, a professor of law and a director of the African Prisons Project (APP) and joined a team from Hospice Africa Uganda on home visits whilst visiting in Kampala in December 2015. Hospice Africa and the APP have strong links having some common directors and both growing from the work of Dr Anne Merriman.
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Today, 25th April 2016, the Francophone Initiators training starts in Uganda. Participants are from 9 African Countries; Benin, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Congo (DRC), Mauritania, Cameroun, Guinea Conakry, Central African Republic, Burundi. By profession they are; 1 professor at a teaching hospital, 9 nurses, 1 nutritionist, 1teacher, 7 doctors, 1 pharmacist. We are pleased to welcome Dr Christophe Dollon from the teaching hospital at Lorient in France to the faculty. We are very grateful to all the volunteer members of the faculty who give their time freely and the whole Hospice team in Uganda who make our participants welcome guests.