Ms Keila Jamal and Prof Ana Olga Mocumbi from the Mozambique Institute for Health Education and Research in Maputo, Mozambique were the recipients of an RHD Action Small Grants Project entitled "Mobilising for Cardio-Obstetric Healthcare for Women with RHD in Mozambique."
Through the Young Health Programme (YHP), AstraZeneca works to engage and empower young people with information so that they can make healthy choices today that will lead to better health later in life. Youth are at the heart of YHP’s activities providing young people with a powerful voice in identifying their own health needs as well as planning and delivering solutions.
Livini and Zafirah are both from Fiji and as well as living with rheumatic heart disease (RHD) they also share similar experiences of the challenges of pregnancy for women living with RHD and the importance of close medical support.
Preventative Cardiovascular Nurses Association (PCNA) partners with the American Nurses Foundation to provide a grant to conduct a research project in the area of CVD prevention. All applications must be completed by May 1, 2019.
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Australian First Nations people waiting for appointments at Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations around the country will now see culturally relevant and locally produced content on the waiting room TVs.
RHD Action is pleased to announce the recipients of the open round of the RHD Action Small Grants programme. Four proposals were selected from almost 40 high quality submissions with projects set in Rwanda, Cameroon, the Philippines and Uganda.