Fundraising for our Malawi Fistula Patient Feeding Programme
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With your help we can feed and improve the nutritional status of our patients before surgery, enhancing their recovery and rehabilitation as part of our Malawi Fistula Patient Feeding Programme.
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Current News and Events
One man improving maternal health, one woman at a time
Enock Phiri, 28, is a young man who is helping women access free fistula repair surgeries and education where it is difficult to access such services, with support from Freedom From Fistula Foundation. Read the article
Joining forces with Fistula Foundation in Malawi
In 2015, we were delighted to welcome Fistula Foundation, based in California, as a new partner helping to fund our surgical programme in Malawi. Their support will help at least 300 women and girls receive free surgeries and will enable two fistula surgeons to be trained. More
April 2015 Machinga Community Sensitisation Day
The Fistula Care Centre is now partnering with YRSC and on April 18th, YRSC hosted a ‘Sensitisation Day’ focused on educating the community about fistula. More>
2nd April 2015 Meryl Streep narrates Freedom From Fistula Foundation Documentary 'Shout Gladi Gladi'
Oscar winning actress Meryl Streep is narrating a documentary highlighting the efforts of Scottish philanthropist Ann Gloag and her charity to improve maternal health in Africa. More>
FFFF secures funding grant from Princeton University
The Freedom from Fistula Foundation (US) is delighted to announce that it has received a $12,000 grant from a unique philanthropy class at prestigious Princeton University in New Jersey, USA. More>
2nd Dec 2014 FFFF took part in #GivingTuesday
This December FFFF took part in a campaign designed to celebrate a day dedicated to giving where charities, families and businesses all came together for #GivingTuesday. Ann Gloag matched individual donations (up to £100,000) made on the day and staff and supporters took to twitter and facebook to raise awareness of the charity. More>
27th October 2014 Medical equipment from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow donated to FFFF
The unused equipment from the Athletes' Village medical centre is worth about £10,000, including stethoscopes and blood pressure monitors and is to be shipped to Africa to help women & girls in our care. More>