Early detection of Sepsis

Have you visited a public health facility and wondered why it looks so unclean and disorganised?

One of the world's most urgent issues

Lack of safe water, sanitation and hygiene remains one of the worlds most urgent issues. For the E4A-MamaYe programme this is especially relevant.

MamaYe activists' drive for improvement of hygiene and sanitation

Community involvement is key to reducing infectious diseases as evidenced with the active participation of MamaYe activists surrounding Mzenga Health Center in Nkhata Bay district

Rumphi District is taking action on sepsis

Rumphi District is to strengthen primary health care after the Maternal Death Surveillance Response Committee Report showed that 44% of maternal deaths are due to sepsis.