One Heart World-Wide, a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of maternal and neonatal deaths, has been setting up birthing centers in Nepal.
A new UN assessment indicates South Asia is underperforming in trying to reduce child mortality and improve maternal health.
In a bid to bring down existing neonatal mortality rate, the government has decided to extend Community Based Newborn Care Program in six more districts across the country.
The scene outside the stadium mirrored a celebratory atmosphere as some 1,000 midwives from 103 countries gathered on a warm Durban winter day cheering for a common cause: The world needs more midwives.
Jhpiego presents the International Award for Outstanding Contribution to Midwifery to Nepal’s Maiya Manandhar, a role model for providing services to women.
A recent survey in Nepal has revealed that many women living in slum areas of Kathmandu are either unaware of it or reluctant to benefit from free birth services.
Despite the decade-long Maoist insurgency that stalled Nepal’s development and infrastructural growth and even in the most intense stage of the conflict, people like Laxmi Sharma have facilitated the improvement of the health sector from community level.
The Ministry of Health and Population is extending Community Based Newborn Care Package (CB-NBP) to 15 districts with a view to reducing neonatal mortality rate—death within the first 28 days of life.
With a view to bringing down neonatal mortality rate, the Ministry of Health and Population is scaling up the Community-Based Newborn Care Package (CB-NCP) into 24 districts across the country, mainly targeting neonates, as the infection has been one of the leading causes of them.
Malawi: WRA, Save the Children, Oxfam and Fair Play Africa co-hosted a two day meeting in Lilongwe for health advocates from across Africa to focus on advocacy efforts.