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800 women around the globe die every day trying to give birth. Nearly all maternal deaths are preventable. 

 

Where it all began; Then and Now

Where it all began; Then and Now

Dr Grace Kodindo & Angela Gorman As I drove home from work on the neonatal ICU on that evening, the 26th June 2005, my very tired mind was certainly not on Africa. It was reflecting on one of the busiest days we had experienced in a very long time, plus the fact...

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Mothers Day Message 2014

Ask yourself, ‘What would the world be like without Mothers’?’ The Jubilee Project in 2011 created a short film asking some of the public this very question. What would your answer be? On Sunday the 30th March 2014 the UK will celebrate Mother’s Day. The one day a...

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The African Birth Collective

The African Birth Collective

Please enjoy this guest article written by Julia Nakad for the African Birth Collective and Mother Health International Supporting Senegalese Midwives and Birth Attendants – a lesson from the African Midwives Collective When Kaya Skye moved to the northern Mboro...

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International day of Midwife

International day of Midwife

Those who help women become mothers deserve their own day of celebration. Celebrate with us today and give thanks to those incredible people around the globe who help provide vital maternal healthcare to mother and baby. With countries like Sierra Leone, Democratic...

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Mothers Day Message 2014

Ask yourself, ‘What would the world be like without Mothers’?’ The Jubilee Project in 2011 created a short film asking some of the public this very question. What would your answer be? On Sunday the 30th March 2014 the UK will celebrate Mother’s Day. The one day a...

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February training in Liberia

We've had successful workshop training all of the brilliant midwives in Cape Mount County. One midwife excelled at the training and received an award to recognise her achievement!  We also visited redemption hospital in the capital city, Monrovia to donate baby...

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6 month training in Liberia

For the past 6 months UK midwife, Helen Chai Lowenstein has been on a secondment from the NHS (National Health Service) to do midwifery training in Liberia. The 6 month programme has been funded by a local Liberian company called, Exxon, and has proved to be a huge...

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