Midwifery is more than clinical services. It’s a science and an art with a deep history.
Countries need good health governance at all levels.
Voluntary informed choice is personal and complicated.
Women health workers in rural India are using a mobile app to educate pregnant women about maternal and neonatal danger signs.
Community health educators in Tajikistan are teaching their communities the power of food and water.
Salome was one of 830 women around the world who died that day from problems related to childbirth.
In remote northern Namibia, Onandjokwe Hospital is becoming a national model for bringing health care to people where they live.
In India, one state government is vigorously testing mSakhi with frontline health workers providing maternal and child health services in its most challenging district.
Obstetric fistula is an underrepresented and often unheard of condition that affects a population that is also underrepresented and unheard: impoverished women.
In a state with one of the poorest health indicators, there’s an app that might help if the government invests more in it.