Building a strong partnership among midwives, mothers and partners in maternal and newborn health builds a healthy community and nation.
We join the rest of the world to celebrate midwives, not only in Nigeria but across the globe.
Ben is a 56-year-old father of seven. Since starting to work in Bungoma County, Kenya in 1988, he has assisted in the delivery of approx. 5,000 babies.
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.
The Maternal Death Surveillance and Response (MDSR) Action Network asked experts about the importance of multi-disciplinary teams in MDSR systems. Here are the insights they shared with us.
Informed journalists are the best advocates for ensuring all groups in societies support safe deliveries in the hands of the midwives in Tanzania.
The Ministry of Health and Sanitation will receive $10million dollars loan from the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) to provide quality health care services for women and children.
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.
Midwives are synonymous with life. It’s simple: investing in midwives is investing in life.
Finding solutions to the reported cases of newborn deaths as a result of unending fitful power supply
Meet Margaret, a midwife at the Nsuta Polyclinic in Ghana.