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Looking forward to a Kenya where all women and newborns survive

All women and newborns should be able to survive childbirth.  Our political leaders have a duty to adopt positive, cost-effective and proactive measures to save maternal and newborn lives.

'Whatever your Political Colours' campaign launches

A new campaign, “Whatever your political colours” has been launched to urge political leaders to prioritise maternal and newborn health in their Political agenda and be accountable to it after the 8th August General Elections.

Using scorecard to improve maternal and newborn health: the Lagos case

After we got the evidence around maternal and newborn health in health care facilities in Lagos State, we used the findings to help communities improve on their attitude towards the health of pregnant women and newborns by taking the action you are about to read in this story.

Fearless and courageous for the women of Nigeria

“For me #BeBoldForChange means being fearless and courageous in the work I do – to tell it as it is!

A smart investment for all women

Too many women across the world still struggle to access quality maternal health care.  Universal Health Coverage means that everyone – including the poorest and most marginalised – can access the health care they need without financial hardship.  

Raising super humans for maternal and newborn health

Superman, Spiderman, Captain America are all screen heros. At MamaYe, we are raising Super Humans that will challenge the status quo and demand action and accountability for the improvement of the quality of health of pregnant women and newborns.

Wilson Center Event: After Copenhagen, What Next for Women and Girls?

Using pupils to save lives of mothers and babies in Mchinji

“We want to reach out to as many villages as possible. We are hearing many girls are dropping out of school in senior Chief Mkanda area. We are going there soon. We want to stop early marriages. We want girls to remain in school so as to avoid maternal deaths,” said Clement Mwakhwawa, patron for Pitala MamaYe School Club

First government facility since Ebola ready to provide EmONC in Sierra Leone

MamaYe campaign featured on HC3 and MoHS’ creative design workshop to increase demand and uptake for RMNCH services

Civil society organisations are contributing to the development of a national multimedia campaign in support of the Ministry of Health and Sanitation. The Government's goal is to use social behavioral change communication to increase demand and uptake for reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health services in Sierra Leone.

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