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    E4A-MamaYe is about making life-saving changes for Africa’s mothers and babies
MamaYe Nigeria celebrates a SDG Champion

Meet Adepeju Jaiyeoba founder of Brown Button Foundation and the brain behind ‘Mother’s delivery kit’.

Solutions already exist - progressing toward SDG 3.1

Women’s chances of surviving childbirth improved significantly during the MDG era (2000 - 2015).

E4A-MamaYe Infographics

Early detection of Sepsis
Have you visited a public health facility and wondered why it looks so unclean and disorganised?
Urgent need to prioritise maternal and newborn health in the media

MamaYe continues to push for good representation of maternal and newborn health (MNH) reporting in the news.

More funds for health in Bungoma

E4A-Mama Ye Kenya will be happy to support the MOH and other Civil Society Organisations in realising this core component of the budget making process.

3 hours 43 min ago
Everyday 507 ♀️ & adolescent girls die from pregnancy & childbirth complications in emergency settings—This is unacceptable. #EWECisME #UNGA
4 hours 10 min ago
Our team at @MamaYeNigeria celebrate a #SDGs Champion https://t.co/yROF07Z27X https://t.co/KHPLvMGjyi
1 day 8 min ago
#maternalmortality can be prevented through the quality of care and access to health facilities… https://t.co/Y94XISFRrr
1 day 52 min ago
Solutions already exist: increasing coverage of skilled birth attendance #SDGs 3.1 https://t.co/maA3WavTCB #UNGA… https://t.co/NqFzCERmdb
1 day 1 hour ago
#DYK Investments in adolescent health + development yield at least US$100 billion in demographic dividends #EWECisME https://t.co/IbMlBGoplC
1 day 8 hours ago
"I believe that each of us can make a difference, and all of us ought to try. That's what I ask of you today" @BarackObama at #Goalkeepers17
1 day 8 hours ago
#UHC is the best investment for a safer, fairer & healthier world' @WHO #UNGA https://t.co/wvcaK02sNU

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