Guyana

  • Material support is being provided to the dialysis units
  • Of the 40 patients receiving dialysis, 32 are not being charged for the service
  • First trainee in nephrology is in Canada currently
  • Another two trainees are coming to Canada in 2015-2016

Haiti

  • Improved delivery of healthcare outcomes for mothers and babies
  • Increase in the number of women receiving ante-natal and post-natal care
  • Reduction in infection rates
  • Reduction of hemorrhage and hypertensive death
  • Reduction in overall hospital maternal mortality

Uganda

  • Over 95 Ugandans have received medical training in Canada
  • 98% of these alumni are still practicing medicine in Uganda
  • 75% of sub-specialties at one site in Uganda are led by our alumni
  • 60% of alumni are in positions of leadership
  • Clinical outcomes in sub-specialties are improving, particularly in obstetrics, anesthesia, medicine, nephrology and psychiatry

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