The 14th of April, 2021
AMADE took part in the annual meeting of Monaco Collectif Humanitaire (MCH).
In spite of restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 12 children benefitted from surgery in Monaco and MCH's partner countries (France, Mali and Madagascar).
A total of 440 children have thus been taken care of since the MCH was created in 2008.
A new partnership was also implemented with La Chaîne de l'Espoir in order to enable the care of children inside the CENHOSOA Hospital in Madagascar.
On the occasion of this meeting, MCH's member associations have recognised the retirement of Dr François Bourlon, an emblematic figure of MCH who has processed every medical file and has followed up on every child under the care of MCH since its creation.
MCH is a solidarity chain bringing together 16 Monegasque NGOs including AMADE, 3 French NGOs, as well as 4 health centers near Monaco (Monaco Cardio-Thoracic Center, Princess Grace Hospital Center (CHPG), The Monegasque institute of Medicine and sports surgery (IM2S) and Lenval Hospital in Nice) and 2 health centers abroad.