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FAMSA Maternal and Child Health Conference Report


Please use the following link to see the entire FAMSA Conference Report in PDF format

FAMSA

So what is the FAMSA? It stands for the Federation of African Medical Students’ Associations (FAMSA)

And as many of you should know by now  Fauz Kavuma, the Secretary General, is an avid student of the art of science writing.

He has asked this report be publicize via the science ezine Freelance Science Writing.

Here are some highlights from the report:

  • Conference took place from March 26th- 30th, 2012

  • THEME: “Promoting Maternal and Child Health in Africa

  • SPEECH BY HON. JANET K. MUSEVENI, FIRST LADY AND MINISTER FOR KARAMOJA AFFAIRS

  • Message From the Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Gulu University

  • FAMSA IS BEST PLACED TO INFLUENCE ISSUES AROUND ABORTION IN AFRICA

  • PROMOTING MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH IN AFRICA with Several Doctors

  • Several Guest Speaker on New Advancements in Maternal and Child Health

  • Much Much More… One of the Most Productive Conferences I have ever seen!!!

    Children at a refugee camp in Chad

    Children at a refugee camp in Chad (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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