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Direct Relief – Maternal Health, from Nigeria to Bangladesh

In this presentation with Direct Relief, Dr. Iftikher Mahmood, founder of HOPE Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh and Dr. Steve Arrowsmith, medical director of Fistula Foundation, discuss women’s health around the world. Read the full article by Direct Relief below: Maternal Health, from Nigeria to Bangladesh Dr. Ifthikher Mahmood and Dr. Steve Arrowsmith…

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HOPE in Bangladesh

Since 2010, Fistula Foundation has been proud to partner with HOPE Foundation for Women and Children. Their bustling hospital is located in Cox’s Bazar, a small city near the border with Myanmar. HOPE is a lifeline to impoverished women in the area—and to the recent influx of Rohingya refugees, fleeing intense persecution in Myanmar. Check…

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Fistula Experts Gather in Bangladesh

In mid-February, fistula surgeons, policy makers, researchers, and advocates gathered from around the world in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh to attend the 2nd HOPE Maternal Health & Fistula Conference. The event was hosted by Dr. Iftikher Mahmood and HOPE Hospital, Fistula Foundation’s trusted partner in Bangladesh. Over the course of the two-day conference, attendees heard from…

Rohingya fistula survivor Setara Begum, with midwife Beauty Sharma of HOPE Hospital

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HOPE Amidst a Refugee Crisis

HOPE Hospital, Fistula Foundation’s partner in Bangladesh, has been on the front lines of the Rohingya refugee crisis. Amidst the sprawling refugee camps, HOPE has begun to identify fistula patients. They are working tirelessly to bring aid in a dire situation. 22 year-old Setara Begum told her harrowing story as a Rohingya refugee. When her…

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Cosmopolitan – One Woman’s Horrifying Journey Through the Rohingya Crisis

The Rohingya refugee crisis continues to devastate lives in Southeast Asia. Hundreds of thousands have poured into Bangladesh, fleeing intense persecution in Myanmar. Cosmopolitan recently published the story of Sayeda Begum, a refugee who experienced a traumatic childbirth and a horrifying journey through the Rohingya crisis. Fleeing for her life while suffering from fistula, Sayeda…

HOPE Bangladesh

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You Did It!

Thanks to you, this hospital will be a reality. Thanks to so many generous donors who rose to the challenge in September, we met our goal of $250,000 to help build and support the new Hope Maternity and Fistula Center in Bangladesh. Once built, this 75-bed facility will allow our partner, Hope Hospital, to continue…

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Hope Hospital – A Lighthouse for Fistula Patients in Remote Bangladesh

Fistula Foundation is proud to support the work of our partners at the Hope Foundation for Women & Children of Bangladesh. By Dr. Tareq Salahuddin Cox’s Bazar Women and Children’s Hospital — a project of Hope Foundation serves the people living in remotest area of Bangladesh. In some specialised services like fistula operation, they provide…

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Partner Spotlight: HOPE Foundation for Women & Children of Bangladesh

HOPE Foundation for Women & Children of Bangladesh was founded by Dr. Iftikher Mahmood, and has established a hospital in the town of Cox’s Bazar as well as eight regional health centers. Since partnering with HOPE Foundation in 2010, there has been much progress in the treatment of fistula in Bangladesh. Watch this video to…

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The Unsung Hero Behind HOPE Bangladesh

There are many unsung heroes in our world who work tirelessly to better the lives of people besides themselves. One of these people is Dr. Iftikher Mahmood, who, for the last 15 years, has quietly been improving the health of countless women in need who would otherwise be forgotten. Dr. Mahmood was born in southern…

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The Better Angels

By Kate Grant CEO, Fistula Foundation Scottish nurse, Pauline Cafferkey, continues to fight for her health in Royal Free Hospital in London, as the Ebola virus ravages her body. Infected while serving as a volunteer nurse for Save the Children in Sierra Leone, Cafferkey has been hospitalized for more than two weeks. Thankfully, the Hospital…

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More Than a Number

September 22, 2014 By Kate Grant, CEO, Fistula Foundation This week, the international aid world will convene in New York City during the United Nations General Assembly to discuss data, procedures, progress or perhaps lack thereof. But it’s important to remember that behind all of these facts and figures are women like Shefali*. At age…

Your Donations at Work: Bangladesh

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Your Donations at Work: Bangladesh

                          The Hope Foundation for Women and Children of Bangladesh  is the only organization providing fistula repair surgeries in southern Bangladesh. Fistula Foundation is proud to support their work to heal women. Please help us continue to support their work by making a…

Frankly Speaking - NTV Bangla

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NTV Bangla’s “Frankly Speaking” Features CEO Kate Grant

                        Zahir Alam, host of NTV Bangla’s “Frankly Speaking” interviews Fistula Foundation CEO Kate Grant, founder of our partner site Hope Foundation for Women & Children of Bangladesh, Dr. Iftikher Mahmood, and our current Medical Director, Dr. Steve Arrowsmith. The interview was recorded November…