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From Nepal to Nigeria: Lessons in taking newborn health interventions to scale

Tribute to a Mama Ye! Champion in Mara

I remember just three weeks ago, I sat at a corner that I branded as mine, since I would sit there whenever we had meetings at the Mara Regional Commissioner’s (RC) office, tweeting away

Mothers and babies of Sierra Leone need better quality of care

The preliminary results from the 2013 Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) were released at the end of January 2014.

Mtowisa leads Rukwa to honour and save mothers and babies

Rukwa is green, it people are warm and receptive. Today they showed they cared about mothers and babies surviving in their community.

Are we crossing the bridge to saving lives?

MamaYe Nigeria and MamaYe in London are strengthening the bridge that carries a life saving change for mothers and babies. The bridge is made of evidence-based advocacy, accountability and activists as its steel and concrete pillars

Kasungu MamaYe Clubs Invade Chisazima

It was a joyous day as students of Kapiri Primary and Chilanga Secondary Schools of Mawango Village and Mlangali Village respectfully came together in Chisazima village ready to show off what they had learnt from Pitala village.

Looking for Evidence Advisor to provide Technical Inputs for MamaYe

Job Advert: E4A Evidence Advisor to provide Technical Inputs for MamaYe: Evidence for Action efforts in Sierra Leone

Behold Nigeria's new minister of state for health!

Dr Khaliru Alhassan has pledged to support existing efforts to improve the health care system in Nigeria. Existing efforts are also looking forward to the minister's support.


FINE engages grassroots men - including out-of-school youths - to be leaders in reproductive and child health issues.

Meet Steven Gibrilla - MamaYe lead activist and hero

There are many heroes in Koinadugu district who help save the lives of mothers and babies. Meet Steven - he works relentlessly for them.