For more than 20 years, from Ethiopia to Sierra Leone, Tanzania to Togo, Dr Andrew Browning has been helping underprivileged women by treating and preventing obstetric fistulas – a debilitating condition resulting from obstructed childbirth. Since then the Browning family has founded the Barbara May Foundation which has built and runs hospitals in remote and regional sub-Saharan Africa, trains staff and runs programmes that provide free maternal healthcare for the world’s most disadvantaged women.
Join Dr Andrew Browning for dinner and conversation about his work, and that of his aunt, Valerie Browning AM. We will also be celebrating Andrew’s new book, A Doctor in Africa. We will have copies on hand to purchase and you can have them personally signed by Andrew. (What a great Christmas gift idea!) There will also be a terrific Silent Auction with some unique items on which to bid to help us in our fundraising.
BRISBANE – Meet Dr Andrew Browning
Thursday 23 September, 2021 – Gourmet dinner and drinks
Time: 6.30pm t0 10.30pm
Dress: Business/Cocktail Attire
Location: Customs House – 399 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD
Cost: $150 per person inclusive 3 course dinner and drinks
Numbers are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. Please note that in the instance of a cancellation due to COVID-19 restrictions – a full refund will be given.
How can you help?
Programmes supported wholly or in part by the Barbara May Foundation include:
. The building and operations of the Vision Maternity Care Hospital in Barhirdar, Ethiopia.
. The operations of the Barbara May Maternity Hospital in Mille, Ethiopia.
. Kivulini Maternity Centre – Maternity Africa, Tanzania. This centre provides obstetric services and an extensive fistula repair programme which includes significant outreach programmes.
. Tertiary education of local medical professionals.