Vacancy announcement (MD)
Capacare´s Surgical Training Program in Sierra Leone is looking for a new program coordinator. If you are a doctor interested in surgery, obstetrics, teaching and program management and have finished [...]
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Running for Masanga Hospital
The partnership with Masanga Hospital has been one of the cornerstones of CapaCare´s program in Sierra Leone from the very beginning. Dr. Alex van Duinen and his family spent 2 [...]
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Graduation 2019
CapaCare´s Surgical Training Program in Sierra Leone accepts new students twice a year, primarily in April and October. After two years of intensiv training and clinical placements in our partner [...]
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Disability is not inability – Mr. Education
Edward Kamara, known by his nickname “Mr.Education” is a familiar face to anyone that has visited Masanga. Known for his infectious laugh and uncompromising work ethic, he is usually found [...]
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Thank you Daniel and Martelien
In the fall of 2018, Daniel Van Leerdam and Martelien Grootjans left us after more than 2 1/2 years as CapaCares program coordinators in Sierra Leone. Together they have had [...]
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“The jungle-doctor”
Since its infancy CapaCares surgical training program in Sierra Leone has worked closely with Masanga Teaching Hospital. All the initial training of our students are conducted here and so are [...]
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New program coordinator Wouter Nolet
  In the fall of 2018, 31 year old Wouter Nolet from Holland replaced Daniel Van Leerdam as CapaCare´s Program Coordinator in Sierra Leone. Wouter is a dutch medical doctor [...]
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Task-sharing and outcome of caesarean sections
Many countries lack sufficient medical doctors to provide safe and affordable surgical and emergency obstetric care. Task-sharing with associate clinicians and mid-level health workers has been suggested as a strategy [...]
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Amarah Conteh
Alongside Emmanuel Tommy, Amarah Conteh was one of the first two students to enroll in CapaCares surgical training program. The teaching of surgical skills to others than doctors was controversial, but their performance [...]
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Surgery in the time of Ebola
The West-African Ebola virus outbreak in 2014-1015, claimed more than 11.000 lives and infected almost 29.000. During a few months in 2014, the weak and fragile health systems in Guinea, [...]
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