Development and implementation of strategies to address gaps in the education and regulation of midwifery service is a major, required step to reaching the MDG 5. Find out how.
When I asked many civil societies and media ‘how many of you know about national health account and how it can be use for expenditure tracking and advocacy’? Over 90% of them responded with ‘NO’.
When someone mentions Congo Brazzaville what image comes to your mind? Ok, do not answer that. How about if someone says that they have a story to tell, again from Congo, what will you be anticipating…? Well, do not answer that either because I want you to focus on the positive side of things.
MamaYe collaborated with PMNCH (the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health) to identify the actions, policies and solutions from 10 countries making substantial progress in improving women and children’s health.
The Tanzania team visited Tema General Hospital in Ghana, and learned how barriers to modern family planning methods include a lack of information, as well as unreliable access to the services, especially in the rural areas. But Ghana has pledged to improve this - and other countries should follow!
What happens when a new father takes his first visit to a clinic? At Tema General Hospital's PMTCT and Antenatal Clinic we meet Emmanuel and his wife Susanna and through his eyes find the place of a Daddy in Accra today.
My first trip to Ghana and we’re out visiting a maternity clinic. While the clinic is not well resourced by UK standards, the women of Agona Swedru are lucky to enjoy the commitment of Sister Mercy Asiedua. She says she is “retired, but not tired.” Her face beams as she shows us round.