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Dr Hamlin changing the lives of women in Ethiopia

Published in the Daily Telegraph, 27/01/2016. Story by Angela Saurine. Before she begins to translate, Beletshachew Tadesse pauses to apologise. “I’m sorry, I’m not a very good interpreter,” she says. She looks down, then stands up and walks to the other side of the room before heading outside to compose herself. Asrebeb and I look […]...

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Nick Kristof on women with obstetric fistulas

Published in the New York Times, 19/03/16. Story by Nick Kristof. In March, Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia was covered by one of the world’s most respected humanitarian commentators, Nick Kristof from the New York Times, in his article ‘The World’s Modern-Day Lepers: Women With Fistulas’. Nick travelled to the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital in Ethiopia and […]...

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How you are helping to eradicate obstetric fistula from Ethiopia

Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia is relentless in ensuring childbirth injuries are prevented through an active program of recruiting the brightest students from rural areas, putting them through rigorous training as midwives, and then deploying them back to their villages where their skills are needed. The Hamlin College of Midwives is a cornerstone of the Hamlin Fistula […]...

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Volunteer profile: Pip

My name is Pip Guest and I am a midwife at the Mater Hospital in North Sydney. I have known of Catherine and Reg Hamlin’s work for many years and I have always been inspired by the dedication and giving nature of these very special people. I have been volunteering for Hamlin since 2012 and […]...

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