Scientific Writing Masterclass with Ammalife founder Professor Arri Coomarasamy

This July, Professor Arri Coomarasamy, Ammalife founder, will be delivering a Scientific Writing Masterclass with colleagues from the University of Birmingham. All proceeds of this event will go directly to Ammalife's life-saving work on fighting maternal sepsis. This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who is interested in getting published in top scientific journals to get advice from [...]

Celebrate with us!

Ammalife was born 10 years ago and in May 2007 became a UK Registered Charity dedicated to saving mothers' lives in some of the poorest parts of the world. 10 years on, things are getting better but there is much yet to done. Thanks to our loyal and generous supporters, we're working with colleagues in Malawi [...]

Running for twice as many mothers!

We’re thrilled that London consultant gynaecologist, Narendra Pisal, is tackling his ninth London Marathon and will be raising funds for Ammalife. What’s even better is that his private medical practice, London Gynaecology, will double your donation which means we can save twice as many lives.You can sponsor Mr Pisal and see your gift double in goodness without [...]

On a roll campaign!

Labour ward refurbishment at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital After several decades of heavy use, the physical condition of the toilets and showers in the Labour ward at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) - Malawi’s main teaching hospital where 11,000 mothers deliver each year had deteriorated to an unusable state with blocked toilets, broken showers and tiles, [...]

Save the date to donate!

Ammalife is participating in the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2015. We're delighted that this year National Express and Finox will match your donation to fund our project and tackle this threat to mothers: The right tools to combat global maternal sepsis Why Sepsis? Sepsis is a life-threatening condition triggered by infection. 1 in 3 women who develop severe sepsis during [...]

Those summer nights…

Back in August, Birmingham’s Lunar Society hosted the Kings Men, the internationally acclaimed adult singers from Kings College Choir, Cambridge. The crowd at St Mary’s Church in Moseley were treated to a wonderful evening of song and some satire! The concert was an eclectic mix of early sacred music, folk and spiritual, Broadway shows and pop, [...]

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