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Local Innovators Contest 2021
Help2 Project: accompany ambitious proposals with a positive social impact
AMA
04/05/2021

In recent years, AMA has been committed, through the Help2 project, to supporting and developing partnerships and synergies between different associations in Argentina. The aim is to minimise the effort of problem solving, to be able to measure mistakes and successes, to avoid repeating the former and to improve the solutions. During the 2020 pandemic, we reported that thanks to the collaboration of different realities, the Red de Innovacion Local (RIL) digital platform could be adapted for the COVID-19 emergency. In the same spirit, we share with you the presentation of the Local Innovator[...]

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1st photo exhibition and contest
from April 12th to 17th
MISSION ENFANCE
08/04/2021

Monaco’s International Solidarity Organisations are exhibiting their 19 photos taken on the theme “Sustainable perspectives” at the Terrasses de Fontvieille.

Come and discover the diversity of actions carried out by Monaco’s solidarity actors, and don’t forget to vote for your favourite photo on the spot or right now by clicking on “more information” !

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medical devices for the rural clinic of Saint Kisito
Kpatchilé, Togo
AlphaBeta
20/03/2021

We bought medical devices for the rural clinic of Saint Kisito in Kpatchilé, located in the north west of Togo in the prefecture of Dankpen which has some 250 consultations and 15 deliveries per month.
More in detail:
A pregnant scope
a hemoglobin analyzer to save children dying of anemia
two self-inflating balloons for resuscitation of newborns at birth
two electronic blood pressure monitors
a scale
a microscope
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the machine to treat respiratory illnesses of newborns has arrived
Tanguieta, Benin
AlphaBeta
16/01/2021

We bought a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machine (CPAP) for the neonatology department of the hospital of St. Jean de Dieu in Tanguieta, Benin. The hospital, which we visited, has over 400 beds and has become a reference for the WHO in the region.  A very high percentage of new born children die here because of broncho-pulmonary problems or survive with cerebral palsy or epilepsy; these issues will be treated and solved by the new machine.
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