Cesarean deliveries have become increasingly safe in Rwanda thanks to the efforts of the government and its partners to train and prepare health providers to perform these surgeries.
Olajumoke Adebayo has some ideas.
How satisfied clients are helping new users access services.
This hospital is making changes to reduce preterm births—and it’s paying off.
To end the pandemic and better respond to the next outbreak, we must start prioritizing midwives.
Curricula and training must be country-led and aligned to each nation’s unique needs.
We face many challenges, but one of the biggest is building women’s trust in us.
I take honor and pride in practicing the noble profession of midwifery.
They’re working to keep moms, babies, and themselves safe while still delivering during a pandemic.
Women are receiving better care for obstetric fistula after the USAID Transform Health in Developing Regional States project trained nurses and midwives in rural Ethiopian health facilities