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HADA Project Highlights 2016

Medical Training in Africa and Asia AFR-010 Specialist team from Australia operated on 308 women Observed and assisted doctors with many more women Visited (and revisited) 15 sites in total in 2016 (in 4 countries) to upskill local practitioners and…

How Library Aid International Works

An anonymous letter to demonstrate the process L.A.I. uses to provide books for needy schools around the world. “Dear Joseph, Thank you for your inquiry received recently via the Health and Development Aid Abroad Inc (HADA) website relating to supplying…

Bridge of Hope – Satisfying Review

Nourishing Food Two meals are provided per school day for each of the children present with us; in some of the more distressing family situations, these meals are the only ones the children receive. The social workers are working closely…

Medical Training Africa – Needs Courage

Safely Home We have recently returned from Kagando, Uganda, having completed another successful surgical camp. This camp was fraught with uncertainty from the start. There was some violent political unrest in the area not long before we were to go…

Mobile Drop-in Van a Reality

Wonderful news! We’ve bought a van! Every Bit Helps Do you remember the High Tea HADA organised in March last year to raise funds for the purchase of a bus to assist the people working with the homeless in Ulaanbaatar,…

100% Hope on the Stretch

In Uganda 100%hOPE continues to stretch itself as it seeks to maintain and expand its three projects: 100%Homes, 100%Educate and 100%Medical. Hope Christian School Great progress has been made of the construction of the Hope Christian School buildings, with five…

Why Help Syrian Refugees?

Tranquil Normality Amira, her husband, three sons, a younger daughter, a daughter-in-law and an infant granddaughter escaped to Jordan in June. Prior to fleeing from her country she had to see a doctor so left her daughter, who is in…

The Why of Opthalmic Training

Importance of Health Education This story highlights the importance of health education among the ordinary people of Afghanistan and the impact that training like the Ophthalmic Technician Training Programme has on people. In 2016 there was a female candidate for…

Medical Training in Africa & Asia Expands

The demand upon the expertise and experience of Dr Judith Yoh and her wonderful team continues to grow in Africa and South Asia. Imagine you are with them through the events summarised below, training local doctors and brining benefit to…

100%hOPE Going Up…

Going up… Here in Uganda, while the teen-age children are enjoying their vocational classes during the school holidays, we are enjoying watching the new school building going up, and almost completed.  Five new classrooms will be a great boon to…