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Austin Njera

Austin Njera

Austin has a Bachelor's Degree in Education, Social, majoring in  Medical Geography. He has a vast experience in advocacy, community mobilisation and sexual and reproductive health rights spanning for more than 7 years. He has worked with the British Council, Theatre for a Change, CRECCOM and the Ministry of Education.



Quality of Care in Lilongwe

These scorecards can be used by health workers to track their progress in between more comprehensive, physical assessments. Examples of how QuIC evidence has led to action to improve quality of care were shared, as well as a summary of lessons learnt from the QuIC pilot.

MamaYe North Launched!

The MamaYe North project has been officially launched with pomp in Nkhatabay and Rumphi on 12th December, 2015.

Exhibiting To Save Mothers and Babies

The Malawi College of Medicine of the University of Malawi, held a Research Dissemination Conference at their main campus in Blantyre, on 20-21 November 2015. MamaYe had a pavilion where all its campaign activities like MamaYe clubs, Activism and cMDSR drew a rare audience attention and spark interesting discussions.

MamaYe Youths

24 secondary and primary school teachers in Northern Malawi have been trained as MamaYe club patrons and matrons in their schools.

Run For Mothers

MamaYe is once again taking part in this year's Mothers Fun Run taking place in Mchinji on 17th October, 2015.The run will cover a 30km stretch, from Kamwendo Trading Center to Mchinji District Hospital. This year, the Mother’s Day Fun Run goes to Mchinji District because it has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the Central Region and faces a critical shortage of maternal and neonatal healthcare equipment.