A fundraising coffee morning will take place this weekend in NUI Galway’s Institute for Lifecourse and Society to raise funds for a charity which works to provide safe obstetric facilities to women in Ethiopia.
Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia was founded in 1974 by obstetricians Catherine and Reg Hamlin to provide surgical repair for Ethiopian women affected by the childbirth injury, fistula.
So far the charity has provided free treatment to more than 43,000 women. It runs six hospitals, a rehabilitation centre, and the Hamlin College of Midwives.
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