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In our long-standing partnership, we have been able to develop great trust despite all our differences. The experience that this can succeed also shapes my daily work in Hamburg with mentally distressed children, young people and their families from all over the world.
Private lecturer and Director at University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf - Centre for Psychosocial Medicine - Clinic for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics
In our German-Ghanaian team, we communicate weekly via various messengers. It's a bit like in a family: there is always contact between us.
Dr. Daniel Hartmann is a surgeon from Munich and hospital partner in Ghana.
Our friendship and trust with the colleagues in Madagascar makes our hospital partnership strong.
Dr. Julias Emmrich, Physican and member of Doctors for Madagascar
My motivation is to create long-term opportunities for exchange for the goal of a modern, easily accessible and open psychosocial Vietnamese care system.
Dr. Thi Minh Tam Ta, private lecturer and doctor for psychiatry and psychotherapy in Berlin and Hanoi
We do love to support small organisations: Take the chance and apply now!
Dr. Carolin Kröner, Member of Board of Else Kröner-Fresenius-Foundation
With our hospital partners in Cameroon we have established new studies at University.
Dr. Christian Doll, surgeon in Mbouo/Cameroon
What a sucess: In Eritrea we aimed to train 5 physicians and more than 100 midwives - thanks to the Hospital Partnership Initiative!
Prof. Dr. Helmut Kaulhausen, gynaecologist and project manager Hammer Forum e.V.
We have learned a lot in Eritrea - for example how you can make the best of a situation in a hospital for mother-and-child-care
Gesche Kranz, pediatric nurse at University Hospital Charité Berlin
The point-of-care-ultrasound-training with my german colleague gives me the opportunity to make a quick and safe diagnosis.
Dr. Vanessa Kandoole-Kabwere, lecturer assistant at Queen Elisabeth Hospital in Malawi