|Born||24 August 1944 |
|Died||22 October 1995 (aged 51)|
Graziella Fumagalli (24 August 1944 in Casatenovo - 22 October 1995 in Merca) was an Italian doctor. She was a Catholic volunteer, killed in Somalia in 1995 at the Anti-tuberculosis Center which she directed.
Life[change | change source]
She graduated in Medicine and Surgery in 1980. She specialized in Pediatric Surgery in France in 1985 and studied Tropical Medicine in 1989. She moved to Guinea-Bissau with the non-governmental organization Mani Tese. In 1993, she went to Mozambique as head of a health project of the Italian Association for Solidarity among Peoples (AISPO).
References[change | change source]
- "Cerca". La Gazzetta di Sondrio (in Italian). Retrieved 2020-06-15.
- "Graziella Fumagalli, medico e testimone con la vita in Somalia". www.caritasitaliana.it.
- "Ricordo di Graziella Fumagalli, una vita per gli ultimi". La Gazzetta di Sondrio (in Italian). Retrieved 2020-06-15.