Health  Burundi Project #31891

Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum

by Friends Women's Association Vetted since 2018 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Providing health care to 1000s in Bujumbura slum
Rape Survivors Support Group Self-Help meeting.
Rape Survivors Support Group Self-Help meeting.

Friends Women’s Association’s JANUARY 2019 Report

The section below summarizes the work done during the month of January 2019

ACTIVITIES

Rape Survivors’ Support (RSS)

At the end of January 2019, 31 self-help groups were functioning

In January 2019, there was an evaluation of GIRIYUJA and ISHAKA self-help groups. These two groups started in January 2018, and on their first day, ISHAKA members saved $5 as a group of 20 women. On January 21, 2019, they had a total capital of $845USD while GIRIYUJA had a total of $903USD as their capital.

Caring for HIV Positive People (CHIVPP)

During this month of January 2019, medical follow up and home visits were done for our HIV positive people.

Through Red Cross Burundi, nutritional support is still provided to our HIV positive beneficiaries.

Maternity Ward Building

In the month of January 2019, nothing was added to our building project.

Improving Women’s Reproductive Health (IWRH)

FWA community health workers and FWA staff have continued to mobilize people for HIV voluntary test and family planning.

Two discussion groups were organized. Key populations were touched, including sex workers and their partners.

1. Sex Workers

Through voluntary test, no one was found HIV positive among the 16 sex workers did HIV voluntary test.

2. Sex Workers Partners

They discussed on HIV transmission forms and prevention. All of them did HIV voluntary test, and out of 16 people, two were found HIV positive. Since February 2019, they are under ARVs treatment at NTASEKA clinic.

Action on Gender-Based Violence (AGBV)

The GBV local facilitators in Giheta, Gitega province have continued to educate people to raise awareness against GBV. They also give counselling to both the survivors and the perpetrators of GBV.

Medical Team

CONSULTATIONS

87 cases were consulted by our medical doctors, including 29 children, 32 adults and 26 HIV positive people. The nurse received 386 patients including 273 adults and 113 children.

LABORATORY

In the month of January 2019, apart from HIV voluntary testing, there were a total of 320 tests.

Test                           Test completed    Positive   Negative

G.E .Malaria test                127                47          80

Quick malaria test               16                  9            7

ECBU Urine test                 13                 13            0

Selles Stool test                 32                 29            3

Pregnancy                         33                 14           19

Sero-widal Typhoïd fever      44                 27           17

Glycémie Diabetes             22                  8            14

RPR VDRL (Syphillis)          8                   0              8

Complete Blood Count        25                  -               -

                                     Total Tests: 320

FAMILY PLANNING

354 people received contraceptives from FWA’s nurse, including 238 old cases and 116 new ones. 301 received the contraceptive injection, 37 were given pills, 1 received implant, 2 received collar method and 13 received male condoms. 

PRENATAL CONSULTATION (PNC)

In the month of January 2019, 30 women came for prenatal consultation (PNC), including 11 came for PNC 1, 11 for PNC 2, 7 for PNC 3 and 1 came for PNC 4. 

Anti-Retroviral SITE

At the end of January 2019, we had 290 patients under retro drugs followed at NTASEKA clinic, including 235 women and 55 men.

PHARMACY

FWA had all necessary medicines for the month of January 2019.

PSYCHOSOCIAL TEAM

In the month of January 2019, a total of 175 people received pre and post HIV test counseling and were tested for HIV; 57% of them were women and out of the 10 people detected HIV positive 8 were women with 6% of seropositivity.

Total Number of People Tested: 175

Total Number of Women Tested: 99

% of People Tested Who Are Women: 57%

Average Age:  28

Median Age: 27

Total HIV+ : 10

Total HIV- : 165

Number of Women HIV+ : 8

Total % Seropositivity: 6%

% of Women Tested Who Are HIV+: 8%

Status of Maternity Clinic as cement cures.
Status of Maternity Clinic as cement cures.
Presentation on Women
Presentation on Women' Reproductive Health.
Role play at women
Role play at women's reproductive health seminar.
Discussion group for sex workers.
Discussion group for sex workers.
Discussion group for partners of sex workers.
Discussion group for partners of sex workers.
Visit FWA GBV trained facilitators.
Visit FWA GBV trained facilitators.

The Friends Women's Association would like to that the 49 people who between November 27 and December 31 donated $5142.14 to FWA through GlobalGiving.

The section below summarizes the work done during the month of December 2018.

 ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM and Guests

On December 18, 2018 a team of three people from Quaker Service Norway (Roger Cassidy, Anne Britt Stromnes and Emilie Hognestad Sennels) visited FWA. The objective was to introduce Anne Britt Stromnes, the new QSN coordinator who will be replacing Kristine Hovland for 18 months. The following day on December 19, 2018, we went in the countryside with the team to visit FWA GBV trained facilitators.

ACTIVITIES

Rape Survivors’ Support (RSS)

At the end of December 2018, 30 self-help groups were functioning.

One self-help group shared their annual benefit on December 31, 2018.

Street Business School

In the month of December 2018, one session on street business was done

Caring for HIV Positive People (CHIVPP)

During this month of December 2018, medical follow up and home visits were done for our HIV positive people.

Through Red Cross Burundi, nutritional support is still provided to our HIV positive beneficiaries. The 2018 annual report was produced.

Maternity Ward Building

In the month of December 2018, we have continued our building project.

See pictures of progress.

Improving Women’s Reproductive Health (IWRH)

FWA community health workers and FWA staff have continued to mobilize people for HIV voluntary test and family planning.

Six discussion groups were organized. Key populations were touched, including sex workers and their partners, breastfeeding HIV positive women and drugs’ users.

Sex workers

16 out of 20 sex workers did HIV voluntary test, and three of them were found HIV positive.

Sex Workers and their Partners

They discussed on HIV transmission forms and prevention. Here, seven participants did HIV voluntary test, and no one was found HIV positive.

People Infected with HIV/AIDS, including breastfeeding women

These were breastfeeding HIV positive women. The topic that was discussed is the prevention of the transmission of HIV/AIDS from mother to child from conception to weaning.

These were HIV positive people Topics covered: inobservance & Behavior, difference between seropositivity and AIDS disease. Through discussion, participants have understood that some of them are lazy; they don’t do anything to survive and then they become poor. Others are alcoholic. All those behaviors lead to inobservance. The facilitator has explained that inobservance is when someone takes his/her medicine irregularly. So, there is high risk for opportunistic infections and even death. That is why she has encouraged participants to take their medicine every day and always at the same time.

Drugs’ users

After discussing about the modes of HIV/AIDS transmission, these people who are using drugs and sex workers were encouraged to do HIV voluntary test. Out of 20 drugs’ users, 11 did HIV voluntary test, and two of them had syphilis.

Action on Gender-Based Violence (AGBV)

In the month of December 2018, the campaign of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence was done. For the first time, FWA was able to be actively present in three different communities on 6 to7 December 2018 at Kibimba, Kibogoye and Matongo. Then, there was a fourth session to raise awareness against GBV in the presence of our guests from Quaker Service Norway. 

The objective was to empower our GBV local facilitators and to introduce in their respective local communities publicly. Under the support of FWA, these facilitators (local elected leaders and church leaders) worked together to organize the public ceremonies by themselves. Actually, they have now taken this program as their own.

Medical Team

CONSULTATIONS

73 cases were consulted by our medical doctors, including 19 children, 35 adults and 19 HIV positive people. The nurse received 322 patients including 227 adults and 95 children.

On December 4-9, 2018, there was a ten days vaccination campaign against meningitis for people between 0 and 29 years. At Ntaseka clinic, a total of 4669 people was achieved.

LABORATORY

In the month of December 2018, apart from HIV voluntary testing, there were a total of 287 tests.

Test                                Test completed  Positive  Negative

G.E. -- Malaria test                    78              23          55

Quick malaria test                     12                7            5

ECBU -- Urine test                     10               7            3

Selles -- Stool test                     21              21           0       

Pregnancy                                39              14          25

Sero-widal -- Typhoïd fever          41              26          15

Glycémie -- Diabetes                 11                4            7

RPR VDRL -- Syphillis               68               1           60

Complete Blood Count                7                 -             -                    

FAMILY PLANNING

355 people received contraceptives from FWA’s nurse, including 250 old cases and 105 new ones. 287 received the contraceptive injection, 24 were given pills, 7 received implants, 4 received collar method and 33 received male condoms. 

PRENATAL CONSULTATION (PNC)

In the month of December 2018, 28 women came for prenatal consultation (PNC), including 8 came for PNC 1, 12 for PNC 2, 4 for PNC 3 and 4 came for PNC 4. 

Anti-Retroviral SITE

At the end of December 2018, we had 284 patients under retro drugs followed at NTASEKA clinic, including 229 women and 55 men.

PHARMACY

FWA had all necessary medicines for the month of December 2018.

PSYCHOSOCIAL TEAM

In the month of December 2018, a total of 60 people received pre and post HIV test counseling and were tested for HIV; 72% of them were women and all the 6 people detected HIV positive were women with 10% of seropositivity.

Total Number of People Tested: 60

Total Number of Women Tested: 43

% of People Tested Who Are Women: 72%

Average Age:  25

Median Age: 25

Total HIV+ : 6

Total HIV- : 54

Number of Women HIV+ : 6

Total % Seropositivity: 10%

% of Women Tested Who Are HIV+: 14%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rape Survivors Support Group Self-Help meeting.
Rape Survivors Support Group Self-Help meeting.
One self-help group shared their annual benefit.
One self-help group shared their annual benefit.
Delivery of food from Red Cross for HIV+ people.
Delivery of food from Red Cross for HIV+ people.
Laying concrete slab for maternity ward.
Laying concrete slab for maternity ward.
Laying concrete slab for maternity ward.
Laying concrete slab for maternity ward.
Completed slab for the maternity ward.
Completed slab for the maternity ward.
Mobilization for family planning and HIV testing.
Mobilization for family planning and HIV testing.
Discussion group for sex workers.
Discussion group for sex workers.
Action on Gender Based Violence
Action on Gender Based Violence
Meningitis campaign serving 4669 people.
Meningitis campaign serving 4669 people.
Mobilization for family planning and HIV testing.
Mobilization for family planning and HIV testing.

Giving Tuesday: FWA would like to thank the 22 people who donated $3058 on Giving Tuesday. GlobalGiving then matched this with $453. Those who were unable to donate on Giving Tuesday may still do so as part of their End of Year giving.  

The section below summarizes the work done during the month of November 2018.

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM and Capacity Building

On November 4-8, 2018, Grace HORANIMANA attended the AVP gathering in Uganda.

On November 12-15, Ntahuba Parfaite, the national coordinator of FWA, attended a workshop on the best practices of UCP. This workshop was organized by Nonviolent Peaceforce at Brackenhurst, outside Nairobi, Kenya.

On November 26, there was a Networking Cocktail hosted by SACODE, one of the Segal Family Fund partners here in Bujumbura, Burundi. The event took place in the gardens of SACODE located on Avenue de France from 6pm-8pm, and all of SFF partners here in Burundi were present. We were joined by Andy Bryant, Executive Director of Segal Family Foundation. It was good time for laughing, relaxing and networking.

ACTIVITIES

Rape Survivors’ Support (RSS)

On November 21st, 2018, there was one follow up session for 40 people who attended a three-day trauma healing workshop in August 2018.

At the end of November 2018, 27 self-help groups were functioning

Street Business School

In the month of November 2018, one session on street business was done

Caring for HIV Positive People (CHIVPP)

During this month of November 2018, medical follow up and home visits were done for our HIV positive people.

Through Red Cross Burundi, nutritional support is still provided to our HIV positive beneficiaries. The 2018 annual report was produced.

Maternity Ward Building

In the month of November 2018, we have continued our building project. See pictures.

Improving Women’s Reproductive Health (IWRH)

FWA community health workers and FWA staff have continued to mobilize people for HIV voluntary test and family planning.

Three discussion groups were organized. Key populations were touched, including partners of HIV positive women, sex workers, and drugs’ users

Action on Gender-Based Violence (AGBV)

In the month of November 2018, the campaign of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence was done.

Medical Team

CONSULTATIONS

149 cases were consulted by our medical doctors, including 26 children, 51 adults and 72 HIV positive people (25 cases were consulted for different pathologies, 12 new cases were diagnosed and put under ARVs treatment, 35 cases for monitoring viral load). The nurse received 343 patients including 245 adults and 98 children.

LABORATORY

In the month of November 2018, apart from HIV voluntary testing, there were a total of 251 tests.

Test                          Test completed  Positive  Negative

G.E.Malaria test                76                22          54

Quick malaria test               3                  1            2

ECBU Urine test                11                  9            2

Selles Stool test                23                22            1

Pregnancy                        35                 11           24

Sero-widal Typhoïd fever     50                 39           11

Glycémie Diabetes            19                   4          15

RPR VDRL Syphillis            8                   0            8

Complete Blood Count        26                   -            -

                                     Total Tests: 251

FAMILY PLANNING

310 people received contraceptives from FWA’s nurse, including 201 old cases and 109 new ones. 265 received the contraceptive injection, 32 were given pills, 6 received implants, and 7 received male condoms. 

PRENATAL CONSULTATION (PNC)

In the month of November 2018, 31 women came for prenatal consultation (PNC), including 7 came for PNC 1, 10 for PNC 2, 5 for PNC 3 and 9 came for PNC 4.

Anti-Retroviral SITE

At the end of November 2018, we had 281 patients under retro drugs followed at NTASEKA clinic, including 226 women and 55 men.

PHARMACY

FWA had all necessary medicines for the month of November 2018.

PSYCHOSOCIAL TEAM

In the month of November 2018, a total of 217 people received pre and post HIV test counseling and were tested for HIV; 61% of them were women and among the 19 people detected HIV positive, 15 were women with 9% of seropositivity.

Total Number of People Tested: 217

Total Number of Women Tested: 132

% of People Tested Who Are Women: 61%

Average Age:  27

Median Age: 26

Total HIV+ : 19

Total HIV- : 198

Number of Women HIV+ : 15

Total % Seropositivity: 9%

% of Women Tested Who Are HIV+: 11%

 

Trauma healing workshop for rape survivors.
Trauma healing workshop for rape survivors.
Rape Survivors Support Group Self-Help meeting.
Rape Survivors Support Group Self-Help meeting.
Progress on building of Maternity Ward.
Progress on building of Maternity Ward.
Female construction worker building maternity ward
Female construction worker building maternity ward
Discussion group for HIV+ women.
Discussion group for HIV+ women.
Discussion group for sex workers.
Discussion group for sex workers.
Discussion group for drug users.
Discussion group for drug users.
Mobilization for family planning and HIV testing
Mobilization for family planning and HIV testing

Giving Tuesday is tomorrow and the Friends Women's Association hopes that you can make a donation on that day. GlobalGiving will give a 12% to 15% bonus for donations made on Giving Tuesday that are made during that day Eastern Standard Time in the US.

Friends Women’s Association: Accomplishments for 2018 and Goals for 2019

By Parfaite Ntahuba, National Coordinator

Testimony by Marie. After the death of all my parents in 1993, I found myself in an internally displaced persons’ camp. In this camp I was sexually abused by a soldier until I had two children -- the first at the age of 14 and the second at the age of 16. After I separated from the soldier, I became a sex worker, first in the countryside and then here in Bujumbura. I got HIV/AIDS when I was a sex worker. The reason why I came for HIV voluntary testing was that I lost weight every day. I always had headaches, temperature, and oral thrush. When I started ARV treatment, my health began to improve. For now, I greatly appreciate the discussion groups because it is an opportunity to meet those who have the same HIV+ status as me. I have been a member of a self-help group for one year. For many years, I had received training in a sewing center, but I had never managed to have capital to have my own machine. Now I was able to receive a loan of 150.000 francs ($86) from my self-help group. I was able to buy a sewing machine. At the moment, my children can eat three times a day and can go to school easily.

Family Planning

A total of 10 community sensitization presentations on family planning were done. A total of 2400 people were reached. Burundi has one of the highest fertility rates in the world.During the year a total of 3822 women received contraceptives.

Caring for HIV Positive People

In 2018 fiscal year, our medical doctors consulted a total of 881 people, and our nurses received a total of 4781 people including 3226 adults and 1555 children. A total of 3198 people received pre and post HIV test counseling and were tested for HIV. 126 out of the 166 people detected HIV+ were women for 8% of seropositivity. At the end of October 2018, FWA had 269 patients under ARVs treatment followed at NTASEKA Clinic including 216 women and 53 men. This includes monthly discussion groups on HIV/AIDS, nutritional support, and home visits.

Rape Survivors’ Support

In 2018, FWA conducted 11 trauma healing workshops, free medical care and home visits for gender based violence survivors. At the end of October 2018, we had a total of 25 self-help groups.

Action on Gender-Based Violence

In the year 2018, there were eight GBV workshops with a total of 160 participants including 80 religious leaders and 80 community elected leaders. A three day retreat on self-care and capacity building was organized for 25 GBV facilitators, three workshops on conflict transformation, and one workshop on national rules on families and homes for young people. On June 29, 2018, they organized a community celebration to raise awareness against GBV.

Two new programs

The Street Business School trains vulnerable women to be empowered to be able to identify what kind of business is needed in their respective communities and how to market their business.

FWA has started a new service , Pre-natal Consultation, for the prevention of transmission of HIV from mother to child. This has led to the beginning of the construction of a Maternity Ward as women, after they have done all the four pre-natal consultations, prefer to deliver at the clinic.

What FWA wants to see in 2019

  • The resilience of our HIV positive people is built by creating a safe place where they can share their challenges as a group. This will be done through discussion groups with HIV+ breastfeeding women, HIV+ children, and HIV+ people receiving nutritional support.
  • To promote a comprehensive and holistic approach to health care for people living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Capacity building of FWA staff to understand our support programs for people living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Reduce the stigma and shame of being HIV+ through educational sessions for the community.
  • HIV/AIDS transmission from mother to child is reduced through the pre-natal service.
  • The key populations (sex workers, drug users, and men) do HIV voluntary testing.
  • Additional people are attending the clinic for birth control services.
  • Completion of the Maternity Ward construction project.
  • GBV survivors are recovered from their trauma through trauma healing workshops
  • GBV is reduced in the places where we are educating people on this issue.
  • The women economic situation is improved through the self-help groups and the Street Business School.
  • Increased voluntary HIV testing for community members.

Thank you for your support for 2018 and 2019.

We have attached the flier on FWA's 2018 Accomplishments and 2019 Goals. Please review it and then forward it to those whom you think might be interested in the work of the Friends Women's Association. We have a goal of raising $5,000 on Giving Tuesday to help with paying staff salaries during 2019.

We appreciate you help.


Attachments:
Progress on building of Maternity Ward
Progress on building of Maternity Ward

Head's up: November 27 is Giving Tuesday. GlobalGiving will be giving a bonus for eligible donations made on that day. So please donate on Giving Tuesday so that FWA can receive the bonus amount.

The section below summarizes the work done during the month of October 2018.

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM and Capacity Building

NTAHUBA Parfaite, the national coordinator of Friends Women’s Association, attended the Segal Family Foundation 2018 Annual General Meeting on October 4-6, 2018 at Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi.

ACTIVITIES

Rape Survivors’ Support (RSS)

One trauma healing workshop for Gender-Based Violence survivors was done on October 16-18, 2018. There was also a follow up session for 40 people who attended the July 2018 trauma healing workshops. Two main results: one self-help group of 16 people was created and two women who were in conflicts were reconciled

At the end of October 2018, 25 self-help groups were functioni

On October 31, 2018, FWA staff self-help group joined the world to celebrate the International Day of Savings and Credit. We were able to save BIF4.680.000 over a period of one year. This means around $2,600 (USD).

Street Business School

Since the month of September 2018, FWA has initiated another program “The Street Business School”. 40 women are being trained on the street business approach.

Caring for HIV Positive People (CHIVPP)

During this month of October 2018, medical follow up and home visits were done for our HIV positive people.

Through Red Cross Burundi, nutritional support is still provided to our HIV positive beneficiaries.

Maternity Ward Building

In the month of October 2018, we have continued our building project. The cost of the building materials is increasing every day.

Improving Women’s Reproductive Health (IWRH)

FWA community health workers have continued to mobilize people for HIV voluntary test and family planning. Three sessions were organized for our community health workers capacity building.

Action on Gender-Based Violence (AGBV)

In the month of October 2018, a three-day workshop was organized for young people. The topic was national rules on homes and families. The purpose was to prepare young people to have safe homes where there is no gender-based violence. There was also evaluation on the workshops previously done.

Medical Team

CONSULTATIONS

117 cases were consulted by our medical doctors, including 31 children, 37 adults and 49 people under ARVs treatment. The nurse received 357 patients including 253 adults and 104 children.

LABORATORY

In the month of October 2018, apart from HIV voluntary testing, there were a total of 343 tests.

Test                                Test completed        Positive   Negative

G.E. -  Malaria test                   102                    46           56

Quick malaria test                       6                      1             5

ECBU - Urine test                      10                    10             0

Selles - Stool test                      29                    23             6

Pregnancy                                45                     25           20

Sero-widal - Typhoïd fever           58                     25           33

Glycémie - Diabetes                  38                     25           13

RPR VDRL - Syphillis                26                       0           26

Complete Blood Count               29                       -              -

                                     Total Tests: 343

FAMILY PLANNING

356 people received contraceptives from FWA’s nurse, including 254 old cases and 102 new ones. 303 received the contraceptive injection, 28 were given pills, 4 received implants, 2 received collar method and 19 received male condoms. 

PRENATAL CONSULTATION (PNC)

In the month of October 2018, 47 women came for prenatal consultation (PNC), including 26 came for PNC 1, 9 for PNC 2, 7 for PNC 3 and 5 came for PNC 4.  

Anti-Retroviral SITE

At the end of October 2018, we had 269 patients under retro drugs followed at NTASEKA clinic, including 216 women and 53 men.

PHARMACY

FWA had all necessary medicines for the month of October 2018.

PSYCHOSOCIAL TEAM

In the month of October 2018, a total of 238 people received pre and post HIV test counseling and were tested for HIV; 67% of them were women and among the 26 people detected HIV positive, 24 were women with 11% of seropositivity.

Total Number of People Tested: 238

Total Number of Women Tested: 159

% of People Tested Who Are Women: 67%

Average Age:  26

Median Age: 25

Total HIV+ : 26

Total HIV- : 212

Number of Women HIV+ : 24

Total % Seropositivity: 11%

% of Women Tested Who Are HIV+: 15%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two women who were reconciled after follow-up day
Two women who were reconciled after follow-up day
Street Business School seminar
Street Business School seminar
The International Day of Savings and Credit
The International Day of Savings and Credit
Participants of HROC follow-up day, GBV survivors
Participants of HROC follow-up day, GBV survivors
Small group discussion during HROC follow-up day.
Small group discussion during HROC follow-up day.
 

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Friends Women's Association

Location: Bujumbura - Burundi
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NTAHUBA PARFAITE
Bujumbura, Burundi

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