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Speaking for mothers who do not have a voice

I got the idea to write this article at 4: am in the morning, I had to accompany my neighbor to a health centre because she was in labour.

“Thank you MamaYe”, says Koinadugu District Medical Officer

This blog reports on the Maternal Death Review (MDR) committee meeting that was recently held at the Kabala government hospital. It highlights key achievements since the establishment of the national MDR committee in 2009.

Young People Take Safe Clinic Messages to Market Women

Young people have taken the lead in disseminating safe clinic messages to market women in Matru Jong, Bonthe District.

MNH Coalition stops National Health Partners' Summit

Members of the MamaYe Advocacy Coalition momentarily stopped the 2015 National Health Partners' Summit to demand game-changing interventions to address preventable maternal and newborn deaths.

15 Years Of Zero Maternal Deaths

In 2006, this village received an award from the Ministry of Health as a cleanest village. Here, every structure has a message, boldly handwritten on it. These messages range from maternal and child health to promoting girls education through antidrug abuse and violence against women messages.