Midwife burnout poses threat to reducing maternal mortality


Midwives are overworked and underpaid, but a study focusing on midwifery will be a vital tool in helping to tackle the problems.

Uncertainty Over Role for Traditional Birth Attendants


The controversy over allowing traditional birth attendants in Malawi provide women with care continues. 

MALAWI: President lifts ban on traditional birth assistants


Article from IRIN Africa

Advocates continue to call on all

Nigeria, Nepal, Malawi, Tanzania, United Republic of, Uganda, Yemen HNN Team

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.

Save the Children Featured in BBC World “Invisible Lives” Documentary

Nepal, Malawi

 Save the Children’s Newborn Health Expert, Dr. Joy Lawn, Examines How Nepal and Malawi Make Gains in Saving Newborn Lives; Film Airing on January 26-29