Handicap International has developed a chart that helps to identify normal steps and potential delays in child development.
Today, we work as MamaYe directors to save mothers and babies’ lives by raising expectations of survival, working to ensure decision-makers have access to good evidence, and mobilising a grass-roots movement to demand more action on this issue. Today, we loudly call on African leaders to make budgets transparent.
In his opening speech to community advocates, the Mayor of the Bonthe Municipality committed to facilitating the supply of electricity tothe Bonthe Government hospital in 48 hours. He kept his promise.
The current Ebola virus epidemic in Sierra Leone is highlighting persistent gaps and deficiencies in the country’s health care system. These same deficiencies also contribute to the death of approximately 1,100 mothers a year per 100,000 live births.
Mchinji district leaders were presented with the evidence on the survival of mothers and babies in the district. They used this evidence to take action!