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Anyimadu-Antwi, the MP supporting maternal health

The Member of Parliament for Asante Akim Central in the Ashanti region, Kwame Anyimadu-Antwi, has repaired a defective ambulance, which he procured some years ago for the Dwease-Praso sub-municipality in a bid to reduce maternal and newborn deaths.

Nine more districts to have QuIC FIT quality of care data

Bockarie Sesay, MamaYe Evidence Advisor, reports on a two-week QuIC FIT orientation visit conducted in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation.

Malawi's population to triple by 2040

Malawi is said to be among the eight countries in the world with high fertility rate. Despite all the efforts to promote family planning, a Malawian woman on average still prides herself in having more than five children.

A short profile of the Paediatric Society of Ghana

The Paediatric Society of Ghana (PSG) is a member of the Evidence for Action Maternal and Newborn Health Professional Society. The PSG is a Child Health Awareness and Advocacy non-governmental organization, which seeks to promote the health and well-being of all children in Ghana.

Race for Survival in Zanzibar – A journey from Tanzania to Geneva and Back...

Zanzibar, 13 June 8am, sunny morning and many children, men and women at the Amaani Stadium in Stone town – the place where the Race for Survival is happening. They are so much into it that they didn't even notice the Vice President and his crew entering the place and taking their seats.