Sustainability is key to interventions that seek to make the lives of beneficiaries better. Read a great example of a self-sustaining MamaYe-Evidence4Action Nigeria maternal and newborn health intervention in Bauchi State that is now on autopilot!
Ellasy Khonje Mtumbuka is the E4A MNH programmes coordinator. She is responsible for linking E4A project with other MNH stakeholders, facilitating creation of an efficient MNH programme and implementation in E4A focal districts, supporting roll out of MNDSR in E4A districts among other things. She has a Masters Degree in Midwifery, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a University Certificate in Midwifery obtained from Kamuzu College of Nursing. She has 10 years working experience in government and private teaching institution as a Nursing Officer and a lecturer respectively. She is very passionate about maternal and new-born health
It is that time of the year again when Malawi joins the rest of the world to celebrate breastfeeding for one whole week. This year breastfeeding is being celebrated under the theme: breastfeeding a winning goal: for life.