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Jannah Wigle

Jannah Wigle

Jannah is the E4A Technical Support Unit Coordinator for MamaYe in Malawi.  She has experience working in international health development, focusing on reproductive, maternal and newborn health.  Jannah holds an MSc in Health, Population and Society from the London School of Economics.

 

 

 

 

Using Data to Save Mothers and Babies in Mchinji District

Mchinji district leaders were presented with the evidence on the survival of mothers and babies in the district. They used this evidence to take action!

Saving Lives in Malawi: Antenatal Corticosteroids

Malawi has the highest preterm birth rate in the world, with 1 in every 3 newborn deaths a result of being born too soon. This video by Save the Children & the Healthy Newborn Network highlights the use of antenatal corticosteroids to save newborns in Malawi.

Maternal and Newborn Health Factsheet Malawi

MamaYe has created a factsheet on maternal and newborn health in Malawi. This resource highlights the progress achieved in maternal and newborn survival and that making health facilities safe and saving the lives of mothers and babies depend on improvements in access to health services, increased spending on health and ensuring that blood and other lifesaving interventions are available.