Join us for a night of flowers, lights, and sparkles, featuring the best South Asian cuisines and lots of sweet treats.
Maa’s Peak District trek is back! Students from across the country are invited to take part in a hike through one of Britain’s most beautiful mountain ranges. The money raised will provide vital healthcare for mothers in resource poor areas of Bangladesh.
oin us for an exquisite evening of fine dining, entertainment & fundraising in one of London’s most exclusive venues. Situated in Canary Wharf, the East Winter Gardens with high ceilings, magnificent views and an abundance of natural light this sleek, modern, blank-canvas venue is one of London’s most spectacular.
We all deserve a little break sometimes, so join Maa for a girls-only event of drinking teas, enjoying good food and play a few games. Bring your friends along for a chilled, relaxed evening and enjoy yourselves!
Join us for a Squid Games inspired night and raise money for charity! We can’t promise billions of pounds to be won, but get your teams ready to take part in tug of war, poke some honeycomb and have some fun! Refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Currently, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) account for approximately 71% of deaths worldwide. NCDs are diseases that are chronic disorders such as diabetes, cancers and respiratory conditions like asthma. They are often resultant of a mix of both genetic and environmental factors.
Dare to challenge yourself to complete not one, but three hikes after a year in lockdown! As part of our not one, not two, but Three Hikes for One Maa challenge, We’re giving you the opportunity to support the work we’ve been doing at our OneMaa Clinic. Help us continue to provide life saving services, all while enjoying the incredible views around the UK.
The aspiration to end all forms of malnutrition is a critical message in the Sustainable Development Goals agenda. We are seeing a rising political commitment to this goal in increased participation from lower/middle income countries, donor funding and civil society.
It is no secret that there is a critical shortage of health care workers worldwide. A critical shortage is defined as a country with a density of less than 2.3 health care providers (e.g. doctors, nurses and midwives) per 1000 population. Bangladesh is one of 57 countries that fall under this category with an estimated 3.05 physicians and 1.07 nurses per 10,000 population. In fact, the WHO estimates that by 2030, there will be a projected shortfall of 18 million workers and unsurprisingly, most of these shortages will be found in low and middle income countries.
SATURDAY 6TH MARCH 10AM-1.30PMWe’ll be covering 5 of the most common stations that come up in OSCEs for pre clinical years!- Examinations - History taking/Communication - Data interpretation - Anatomy - Explanations