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Evidence Identity Design Engagement: how MamaYe uses design to catalyse change

Announcing the publication of the latest addition to the MamaYe library, Evidence Identity Design Engagement. Setting out a selection of creative assets, including infographics, posters and scorecards, the book describes how evidence-based design can catalyse change.

Introducing the MamaYe Handbook

We are pleased to announce the publication of a MamaYe Handbook, which contains the MamaYe brand guidelines and the MamaYe advocacy guidelines. These assets were created to share freely between colleagues and campaigns working on reducing the burden on maternal and newborn mortality in Africa.

Salone Na We Yone! U-Report - Raising Youth Voices in Sierra Leone

U-report Sierra Leone launched one week ago at the MamaYe offices in Freetown. U-report is a social monitoring tool designed for youth and other community members to strengthen community-led development and citizen engagement supported by UNICEF.

Biking for mothers and babies

“Every journey starts with a step “so they say. This is a remarkable journey of bicycle taxi riders known as Kabanza. These people have changed from using their bicycles as a commercial tool to start saving lives of mothers and babies.

Kabaza Mamaye Activists Cycle for Mothers Day!

Creativity hit the kabaza cyclists and they thought of cycling to Mchinji in a bid to raise K5 million. This is 120km from Lilongwe, a journey that takes slightly over an hour by road.

MamaYe Has Done It Again!!

In its quest to involve everyone to take part in saving the lives of mothers and babies MamaYe campaign has recruited one of the prominent people in society as a national activist. Our newest activist is no other than Hon Juliana Lunguzi MP.

MamaYe congratulates Prof. Address Malata and Prof. Ellen Chirwa

MamaYe congratulates Professor Address Malata and Professor Ellen Chirwa as the University of Malawi recognized their achievement as they have risen to the risen to the highest academic rank as well as introduce them to the nation at large.

Breaking the Silence on Neonatal Deaths

In the Nation newspaper dated 20th February, 2014, there was a story which caught my eye. The headline was “Man caught exhuming body in Lilongwe”. According to the article the man was caught red handed exhuming a body of a premature baby with an aim of selling it.

Now let's save 18,000 lives in the next 600 days

If the commitments to implement the Sharpened One Plan are honoured, then we could save the lives of 18,000 mothers and babies by the end of next year.

Student4Change Mobile Project

These students in Freetown want safe water for all mothers and babies across Sierra Leone. They managed to get over 500 signatures to call on policy makers to make safe water available for all mamas and babies in Sierra Leone.

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