E4A-MamaYe is proud to be a partner in a global campaign that will put women’s voices at the centre of healthcare.
In Nigeria, the process of government creating a new budget line can be long and hard. Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris knows this too well, and he explains some of the reasons why…
"There has been a tremendous reduction in stock-outs of essential life-saving commodities in (Lagos State) health facilities…" due to population growth.
A child is a blessing that most people desire, but when a child is unplanned the situation tends to create all kinds of problems.
E4A-MamaYe is calling for increased financial investment in expanding contraceptive method choice for Kenya.
Motherhood is exciting and a moment of pride. For an adolescent girl, it can be a dream crushing moment. In Kenya, 18% of adolescent girls of 15-19 years have begun childbearing, often having their…
To achieve the 2017 World Population Day - Birth Spacing: Empowering People, Developing Nations' objective, we must consider the economic benefits of child spacing and family planning.
Our team in Bungoma County supported two days of Family Planning Training, targeting the Ministry of Health officials of different cadres drawn from all the sub-counties.
In Sierra Leone, many mothers and babies continue to die from preventable causes. Fortunately, significant improvements to health services for mothers, babies and adolescents were made between 2012…
President of Sierra Leone, Ernest Bai Koroma has promised to reduce teenage pregnancy and further absorbed 500 Nurses into Government payroll.
As exposed during the MamaYe Media Roundtable, almost 18,000 of the 40,000 Nigerian women who die of pregnancy-related causes yearly could be saved if women had access to family planning.
Sierra Leone's First Lady calls for innovative solutions to address adolescent sexual and reproductive health.
Studies show that colostrum is beneficial for the health of newborn babies. Nnenne, a breastfeeding mother, shares her knowledge about colostrum.
Chiku Lweno-Aboud discusses the issues of early marriage and teenage pregnancies in Tanzania.
Her ambition was to become a nurse/ midwife. She wanted to help pregnant mothers have safe delivery in health facilities especially in Rumphi her home district. Read the story of Isabel Chirwa.
This is the question at the centre of the first ever Science Policy Café held at Crossroads Hotel on Thursday, 5 February, 2015 under the theme usage of contraceptives among young people.
Revision of policies and laws and closer collaboration between different sectors are needed to address the male involvement in maternal and newborn health outcomes.