After Mexico City and Before Copenhagen: Keeping Our Promise to Mothers and Newborns

Originally published on Maternal Health Task Force. By Kayla McGowan, Project Coordinator, Women and Health Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Six months after the Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference (GMNHC) held in Mexico City last October and just weeks before the Women Deliver Conference in Copenhagen, leaders in...

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371 babies born HIV free in Mzimba

Originally published on The Daily Times Malawi. At least 371 babies born between January 2014 and February 2016 from HIV positive mothers in three Traditional Authorities in Mzimba tested HIV negative courtesy of a project called Kalondolondo wa amama. A local non-governmental organisation called Globe Hope Mobilization implemented the project in...

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Magdala Jean, Mobile Clinic Midwife

HerStory: Let’s Hear From The Women

​Each month a team of six midwives visits 22 remote villages in the Central Plateau of Haiti. The days are long for these midwives, but they are often longer for the women who come to see them. Most of the pregnant women who seek the care of Midwives For Haiti's Mobile Prenatal...

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