In this last piece from our youth blog series, Magnifique, a doctor specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology, explains why youth must be involved in the GFF if we are to meet the challenging…
Meet Adepeju Jaiyeoba founder of Brown Button Foundation and the brain behind ‘Mother’s delivery kit’.
Women’s chances of surviving childbirth improved significantly during the MDG era (2000 - 2015).
The Honourable Minister of Health of the Federal Republic of Nigeria recognises the need for urgent steps to be taken to reverse the trend.
The government of Sierra Leone and its partners are making an effort in empowering the population of the country with education on Family Planning.
Investing in the health of adolescent girls is a smart economic move for Tanzania.
All women and newborns should be able to survive childbirth. Our political leaders have a duty to adopt positive, cost-effective and proactive measures to save maternal and newborn lives.
A new campaign, “Whatever your political colours” has been launched to urge political leaders to prioritise maternal and newborn health.
That’s a significant target, within just one of the aspirational Global Goals that were adopted at the UN General Assembly in September 2015. It is also a target that is integral to our work at E4A-…
Lack of safe water, sanitation and hygiene remains one of the worlds most urgent issues. For the E4A-MamaYe programme this is especially relevant.
Today at the Commission on the Status of Women (UN CSW), an expert panel will discuss 'the availability and use of data and gender statistics.
Let us honor our pregnant women and our children in accessing quality health care and their health rights, as we commemorate International Human Rights today 10th December.
Ijeoma explores the fears and hopes of women who became pregnant, the effect of their pregnancies on the statistics of maternal and newborn health and attainment of SDGs in Nigeria.
8th March is International Women’s Day, TAKE ACTION for girls and women with one of the incredible campaigns that are fighting for their empowerment - including MamaYe!
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will soon give way to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Nigeria has seized the opportunity to contribute to new strategies.