DAM celebrates 15 years pf 'Women Groups Africa'

DAM's initiative was created in 2004 to enable malaria control and the economic growth of women.


We actively put our first plan into action 15 years ago to develop the special women's program to effectively create and support women's groups. Stimulating and guiding women's groups is one of the many answers to resolve malaria.



We let women discover how they can help their population themselves. This is an approach that leads to success in five different DAM Project countries in Africa in ever-increasing numbers.



While they were initially in a desperate powerlessness, they are now powerful pillars in society and play an indispensable role. They provide information and now treat the patients in the villages themselves.

Thanks to our donors, we can give more than 3,000 women a year a chance to help their own population! «

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