Our partnership commenced in 2012 and is bringing regular palliative care to well over 100 registered clients at any one time. Due to ignorance, many clients suffer not only physically but socially and emotionally through rejection and isolation. Also, in a huge area where movement is difficult, MAI has funded the purchase of a motorbike for the staff team and a bicycle for each of the Health workers.
Sadly, the Board of MAI have taken the decision to suspend our grant aid to FADO-T for their palliative care work in the Ngora region of Uganda for the time being. This follows their own
Alola (pictured above on the left) is typical of many clients cared for by the FADO-T team and funded by MAI. Alola is 40. She lives in a tiny village and is HIV positive. She has
"Without this care, I would have died." Those were the extraordinary words of Charles, lying on his bed in a village in Ngora District, Uganda. MAI Board member, Dr John Gilbert, was visiting our Ugandan
Dr John Gilbert - Board member of MAI, retired GP and Birmingham University lecturer - is currently in Uganda where he is reviewing the Palliative Care project supported by MAI and providing training to local
I am confident that if this project is availed more support, it would make a great change in the lives of our community
In the last quarter of 2013, Ngora Home Caregivers visited 192 registered clients. Sadly, there were 2 bereavements in this period. Other members of the FADO-T team undertake bereavement counselling. Of the total clients, 57%