Update from CapaCare Liberia
In Liberia, CapaCare is supporting the postgraduate program for resident doctors, who are in training to become Surgeons or Obstetricians/Gynecologists (OB/GYN). We are providing skills-based courses, and are involved in [...]
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Latest news from CapaCare Liberia
CapaCare Liberia and the faculties of Obstetrics/ Gynecology (OB/GYN) and Surgery have taken the first steps to enhance surgical training in Liberia.During the annual conference of the West-African College of [...]
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Invitation Global Surgery In a Changing World
CapaCare, in collaboration with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, St Olavs Hospital and the Nordic Network for Global Surgery and Anaesthesia are delighted to invite you to the [...]
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I memory of Lama Bah
Our hearts are overflown with sadness and we regret to inform you that our dear colleague and friend Lama Bah passed away yesterday after a short sickbed at Koidu Hospital. [...]
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10 Years of CapaCare – The first students
CapaCare enrolled its first two students into the Surgical Training Programme in January 2011, it was Amara Conteh and Emmanuel Tommy. This was the start of CapaCare providing training in [...]
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A day in the life of a STP-student
Breakfast at the canteen is an essential part of the day, and here are the STP students taking 5 minutes together at the start of the day The morning handover [...]
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Christmas fundraiser
This year CapaCare’s Christmas Fundraiser will contribute to the purchase of two all-terrain vehicles – as you can see from the photo the roads can be quite challenging! One for [...]
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Responding to the Wellington accident
Masanga Hospital and CapaCare are deeply saddened by the tragedy in Freetown on November 5th. We are committed to help the government and our colleagues to provide the best care [...]
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Urgent! Fundraising for the burn victims in Freetown
On Friday night a fuel tanker exploded following a collision in the Freetown suburb of Wellington. The death toll on Saturday stood at 99, with more than 100 patients admitted [...]
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