Why I Support the Edna Adan University Hospital

…and Why I’m Asking You to Join Me Originally published to The Huffington Post by an anonymous donor I’ve donated to support the Edna Adan University Hospital since I learned about its founder in 2011. Edna Adan is a remarkable woman who came to my...
Inspired to Make a Difference in Maternal Health

Inspired to Make a Difference in Maternal Health

by Sarah David Originally published to The Huffington Post As a registered nurse, I love to connect with my patients on a human level, positively impact their health, and empower them through education. It is rewarding to interact with patients and see their physical...
Dr. Eve Bruce Discusses her time at Edna Hospital

Dr. Eve Bruce Discusses her time at Edna Hospital

By Dr. Eve Bruce, February 21, 2013 I had read the statistics. We all have. I knew about the problems and the need. What I did not know was how generous the people are with their loving kindness ~ and their laughter. Awakening the first morning in Hargeisa at the Edna...
2012: A Full Year with No Maternal Deaths

2012: A Full Year with No Maternal Deaths

The following article is written by Penny Armstrong to commemorate an entire year at Edna Hospital without any Maternal Deaths: The year 2012 has come to an end at the Edna Hospital and, thankfully, this is the first year that the hospital reports no maternal deaths....
Edna Adan Ismail: a Somali Inspiration

Edna Adan Ismail: a Somali Inspiration

The following profile was written by Joanne Butcher, BA Politics, University of Sheffield, and published here: Edna Adan Ismail: a Somali Inspiration Born in Hargeisa in 1937, Edna Adan Ismail is one of Somaliland’s most prominent public figures. From 1954 to...
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