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John Kawale

John Kawale

John Kawale is the communications consultant for the MamaYe Malawi team.

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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE MIDWIVES-MIDWIVES, MOTHERS AND PARTNERS: PARTNERS FOR LIFE

Building a strong partnership among midwives, mothers and partners in maternal and newborn health builds a healthy community and nation.

MamaYe Malawi Signs Off In Style

"The legacy that the MamaYe campaign has left, is worth replicating in other districts.”

World Malaria Day 2017: Impact of Malaria in Pregnancy

There is an African Proverb which says, "If you think you're too s

Let us make pregnancy a joy for mothers and everyone

Malawi has one of the highest maternal death rate in the world. Here, news of pregnancy is received with a mixture of both joy and anxiety by the mother, family and community.

Radio - a partner in maternal health survival

Radio has always played a very important role in informing the public on health matters. In Malawi Radio has played a very critical role as a source of information on maternal health.

Mzimba District scores high on Budget Transparency due to Health Budget Advocacy

Mzimba District Council has seen a tremendous improvement on budget transparency and dissemination as people are being made aware of district funding.

Rights for Mothers on International Human Rights Day

Let us honor our pregnant women and our children in accessing quality health care and their health rights, as we commemorate International Human Rights today 10th December.

It Takes The Whole Village To Prevent Premature Births

Malawi has the highest preterm birth rate in the world. Every year, 120,200 babies are born too soon, and 5,300 of these die due to preterm birth complications. But two women from Mzimba District did not want their babies to be among those 5,300 babies.

World Pneumonia Day 2016

John's two year old son was seriously ill with pneumonia and he discovers that it is the second biggest killer of children in the world. Pneumonia killed about 5400 children under the age of five last year in Malawi.

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