As you may know, Prodie Santé is a philanthropic partner of La Chaîne de l’Espoir, an association that was established in 1994 with a goal to develop and improve the access to healthcare and education for thousands of children around the world.
Since their formation in Afghanistan in 2008, La Chaîne de l’Espoir has taken care of more than 7,500 children who needed surgical care in Kabul. In 2018, the now re-named "Pavilion of Women and Children", began to also host vulnerable women requiring gynecological surgical care. Dr. Amélie Grouin, one of Prodie Santé’s Gynecologist and Obstetrician arrived in Kabul a few days ago to complete her assignment. Here she is pictured with the Mother-Child program team. We are proud to have been able to extend our support and expertise to La Chaîne de l’Espoir and the Women and Children Pavilion in Kabul. Through our doctor, we are happy to support the activity of this center which aims to become a true regional reference in terms of care, and that actively participates in the reconstruction of the afghan healthcare system by committing to the training of local doctors.
Access to care is one of the human rights that makes up the essential values that Prodie Santé defends and develops all over the world.
The entire Prodie Santé team wishes great success to Dr. Grouin and this project!