Tag: EmONC

Mentoring healthcare workers in Bungoma County

In Bungoma County, Kenya, the Maternal and Newborn Improvement (MANI) project works closely with the County Department of Health on a range of health interventions to address shortages of healthcare…

QuIC training: rapid data transforming action

District, zone and national representatives joined MamaYe for a quality of institutional care (QuIC) training workshop. QuIC is a fast, low-cost approach that uses telephone-based data collection to…

How ‘QUIC’ helped bring a midwife at Bua Health Center

QUIC is an accountability tool MamaYe uses to assess a health center on how ready it is to provide quality of care to patients for the past 24 hours.

Quality of Care Workshop in Lilongwe

How QUIC can improve existing landscape of quality of care monitoring and assessment in Malawi, as presented to the Safe Motherhood Committee in Lilongwe.

'Status of Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care' Conference

The Ministry of Health and Sanitation in collaboration with Options Consultancy Services Ltd. and Evidence for Action-MamaYe will be organising a one day Consultative Conference focusing on the Ebola…

MamaYe presents evidence for action to radio audience

From a live radio debate, find out if the Government of Sierra Leone is doing enough to prevent pregnant women from dying.

Nine more districts to have QuIC FIT data

Read Bockarie Sesay's account of a two-week QuIC FIT orientation visit.

Steady-Bongo takes the lead

Lansana Sheriff, popularly known as Steady-Bongo, commits to promoting the MamaYe campaign with a song about maternal and newborn survival.

Young People Take Safe Clinic Messages to Market Women

Young people have taken the lead in disseminating safe clinic messages to market women in Matru Jong, Bonthe District.

QuIC approach is quick indeed

Benson John explores why QuIC (Quality of Institutional Care), a telephone-based approach assessing the readiness of facilities to provide quality Emergency Obstetric and Neonatal Care services, is…