9 – 15 October is a period each year when the world unites to condole with families that have experienced baby loss during pregnancy or at childbirth.
E4A-MamaYe is calling for increased financial investment in expanding contraceptive method choice for Kenya.
The Chikangawa Health Centre in Mzimba district has received a donation of MK 1 million from Kawandama Hills Company to acquire an ambulance.
MamaYe got the evidence around maternal and newborn health in health care facilities in Lagos State and used the findings to help improve on community attitudes towards the health of pregnant women…
We join the rest of the world to celebrate midwives, not only in Nigeria but across the globe.
The theme for the 2017 World Malaria Day (25 April) is End Malaria for Good. The MamaYe journalists for maternal and newborn health accountability say it is time to start working to end malaria in…
Zariyatu Abubakar founded Wildan Care Foundation in 2008. Her experience about pregnancy and giving birth inspired her decision to found an organisation that takes care of pregnant women and newborns…
Improving Maternal Health in Malawi Through Health Financing, Accountability and Health Rights.
Yelwa Abdulahi works with the Federation of Muslim Women Association of Nigeria, FOMWAN, Gombe State Chapter. Read her story.
Mamaye interviewed Juliana Lunguzi, Member of Parliament for Dedza East and the chairperson for Parliamentary Committee of Health in commemoration of International Women’s Day under the theme #…
As the world commemorates the International Day of Women in Science, MamaYe Malawi meets women who have devoted their passion and time to maternal health.
President of Sierra Leone, Ernest Bai Koroma has promised to reduce teenage pregnancy and further absorbed 500 Nurses into Government payroll.
Too many women across the world still struggle to access quality maternal health care.
MamaYe Koinadugu Advocacy Group joins WASH partners to observe Global Hand Washing Day.
Studies show that colostrum is beneficial for the health of newborn babies. Nnenne, a breastfeeding mother, shares her knowledge about colostrum.
Emergencies like Ebola demand that everyone plays their part. How can we help women regain trust in their local facilities?