Dr Andrew Browning

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Dr Andrew Browning is an Australian trained gynaecologist who founded Maternity Africa. After training in Australia and completing his MRCOG he joined the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital in 2001 in Ethiopia as a staff specialist where he treated obstetric fistula patients and ran the training programme. In 2006 he established the first outreach fistula hospital in Barhirdar. In 2011 he moved to Tanzania where he founded Maternity Africa which seeks to improve obstetric services in order to prevent the suffering of obstetric fistula patients that he sees on a daily basis.

He has founded Vision Maternity Care, an Ethiopian based charity that builds, runs and upgrades maternity hospitals to provide safe obstetric care to thousands of women each year. Andrew has a keen interest in research and has had numerous papers published. He carries out consultancy work for UNFPA, FIGO and WHO on obstetric fistulae related issues. He is married to Stephanie and has two sons.

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  1. Geofray

    Dear Dr,

    I want to thank for he wonderful work you have been doing, I don’t know how to treaty patients but i have always admired my parents work , my mother a midwife and dad a general physician , but i was raised an accountant, I am writing to you to request that you reach out to help my mother who has set up a maternity home in rural Musoma Tanzania to help poor women.

    Give her some basic equipment if you can

  2. Anonymous

    Please pass on my greetings to Dr Browning – he is a dear friend from many years ago – I knew him as a medical student! Praying for his work, family and ministry.
    Regards
    Kristine Flanagan Lew

  3. Lisa Morgan

    Hello Dr. Browning

    I am a global project manager for the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada (SOGC) and we are just starting a project in the Tabora Region. My colleague, David Quinlan, who worked with you in Ethiopia with fistula repair, recommended that I contact you and make my introductions. Perhaps our paths will cross…

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