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 [...]
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, [...]
Some fantastic news just in from Malawi where Abi Merriel, Ammalife Research Fellow, has just been awarded the very sought after Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Anne Boutwood Travelling Fellowship! She is the only UK trainee in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology to have been awarded the prize of £5000 this year. The funding will enable Abi [...]
Stanley Daudi, Ammalife Bursary holder, is about to begin his final year at medical school in Tanzania. This year Stanley will be working in some of Dar Es Salaam's busiest hospitals. His studies cover Internal Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynaecology. We asked Stanley about some of the challenges he'd faced last year. In addition to the [...]
Great freshers fair at the University of Birmingham this year - thank you to everyone for signing up! We look forward to a fantastic year of events to support Ammalife!
This year's University of Birmingham's Community Day was so much fun - a happy day where we met and made friends with new supporters. Today we're at Freshers Fair - we're hoping to recruit many more young people as advocates for mothers around our #loveanothermother campaign.