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Bangladesh: An Inspirational Journey 

By Helen Bintley
Posted by Jason Hobbs 04 October 2013 19:04:00
As the plane came to an unceremonious stop I readied myself for a new challenge. This was the first time that I had worked as an obstetrician and gynaecologist outside of the UK. Having only worked with in the British NHS I was suddenly aware that... read more
 

Health Advice Billboards 

Designed for passers-by who do not read
26 August 2008 16:41:00
This billboard is easy to understand. The ‘danger signs during delivery’ are shown very graphically. More importantly, it shows that the man has to be responsible for taking his wife for treatment. This billboard at a junction in the town ... read more
 

Moving back from the margin of town life 

21 August 2008 16:40:00

 LAMB staff are helping them learn how to get access to local government health services.

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The Calling of one of LHCF’s Trustees 

By Richard Todd
20 August 2008 16:39:00

I used to be an accountant, until I discovered the job of my dreams.

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Village Healthcare Volunteers 

10 August 2008 16:37:00

Golapi works as a VHV (a Village Health Volunteer), responsible for her neighbours, approximately 30 households (200 people), that live in her part of her village, Matiapara. She is the first contact that most villagers will have with LAMB’s work in the community.

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Robiul's story 

26 May 2007 16:42:00

He had no father and was the wage earner, supporting his mother and younger brother and consequently had never been to school.

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Bacchia's story 

22 May 2007 16:42:00

Bacchia started breathing, her heart was beating strongly again and blood pressure was restored.

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