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NED Fellow: Dr. Emmanuel Wafula Wekesa

A great student like Emmanuel brings honor to NED Foundation!

VIU-NED Fellowships enable the training of African neurosurgeons residents

The first of the grants awarded by the annual Fellowship 2022 programme of the VIU-NED Chair in Global Neuroscience and Social Change has enabled the...

Developing intensive care in Zanzibar thanks to our volunteers

Ana Cristina de Castro has been a nurse for more than 20 years, currently working in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Hospital Universitario...
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Gynecology project mission

We resume the missions of our gynecology project with our coordinator, Dr. Rosa Barrachina Tortajada. This time she is accompanied by Dr. Sandra Flórez Herrero...

First NED 2024 mission

Many thanks to Dr. José Luis Llacer, Patron and one of the best volunteers of the foundation, for inaugurating the year “2024 NED” by organizing...

The Human Brain: Advanced Anatomy and Diagnosis (New Course)

We continue with our teaching and training activity in Zanzibar. Today, November 13th, we have started the course on Advanced Diagnosis and Anatomy of the Human...

All About The Human Brain: Advanced Anatomy and Diagnosis – New course in Zanzibar

From 13-17 November 2023 the NED Foundation is sponsoring and organising a new course on Advanced Anatomy and Diagnosis of the Human Brain at the NED Mnazi...

Developing intensive care in Zanzibar thanks to our volunteers

Ana Cristina de Castro has been a nurse for more than 20 years, currently working in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Hospital Universitario...

VIU-NED Fellowships enable the training of African neurosurgeons residents

The first of the grants awarded by the annual Fellowship 2022 programme of the VIU-NED Chair in Global Neuroscience and Social Change has enabled the...

NED Fellow: Dr. Emmanuel Wafula Wekesa

A great student like Emmanuel brings honor to NED Foundation!

New Mission of ICU project (2023)

Today, February 15th, Ana de Castro Martínez (ICU Nurse) has arrived at Mnazi Mmoja Hospital in Zanzibar (Tanzania) and will remain on the island until...
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