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November 21, 2022
Study highlights importance of Hamlinโ€™s rural midwives

Although 5% of women globally will experience an obstructed labour, women who do not have access medical attention, may experience an obstetric fistula.

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March 31, 2022
Hamlin sets the standard for birth injury care

Hamlin Fistula has been setting the international standard in fistula care in Ethiopia for 63 years. Yet Kiwi care is lagging behind.

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February 8, 2022
60 years โ€“ 60,000 Lives

2019 marks 60 years since Dr Reg and Dr Catherine Hamlin first arrived in Addis Ababa on a three-year contract to train midwives.

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February 8, 2022
NZ Government Supports Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia

NZ has made a move to focus on Ethiopia. In an effort by NZ to strengthen diplomatic relations with the African Union.

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February 8, 2022
To the End of the Earth

Former Gisborne โ€œcountry girlโ€ Christina Campbell has raised more than $8000 for midwifery in Ethiopia after completing a 1000km trek on the renowned Camino de Santiago trail in northern Spain.

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Hamlin Fistula NZ is committed to providing ongoing support for fistula surgery and for the preventive work of the midwives. The hospital in Addis Ababa has become a centre of excellence to which doctors from other countries come to learn and master the specialist skills of fistula surgery.

Photography credits to Mary F. Calvert, Kate Geraghty, Amber Hooper, Joni Kabana, Joli Wescombe, Natasha Meyer and Martha Tadesse.