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Exhibiting To Save Mothers and Babies

The Malawi College of Medicine of the University of Malawi, held a Research Dissemination Conference at their main campus in Blantyre, on 20-21 November 2015. MamaYe had a pavilion where all its campaign activities like MamaYe clubs, Activism and cMDSR drew a rare audience attention and spark interesting discussions.

As safe clinic conference ends in Freetown, new UN report estimates that Sierra Leone remains the country with the highest maternal mortality ratio in the world

According to new UN estimates, Sierra Leone is still estimated to have the highest maternal mortality ratio globally.

First Lady launches test kits for pregnant women

Evidence Identity Design Engagement: how MamaYe uses design to catalyse change

Announcing the publication of the latest addition to the MamaYe library, Evidence Identity Design Engagement. Setting out a selection of creative assets, including infographics, posters and scorecards, the book describes how evidence-based design can catalyse change.

Stillbirth: drawing back the veil

MoHS, MamaYe and Options to hold “...Status of Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care Consultative Conference"

MamaYe Youths

24 secondary and primary school teachers in Northern Malawi have been trained as MamaYe club patrons and matrons in their schools.

Youth-activists saving the day for maternal, newborn health in Bauchi

On our part, we are glad that we have provided the platform for young people to demand their health rights and contribute to policies that will enhance the quality of their family lives. While this story is inspiring, we must do more of action, action and action!

Student-activist challenges politician on maternal, newborn health

Hadiza won the MamaYe essay competition, one of the stories we believe helped set the health agenda for the Bauchi State's governor, Mohammed A. Abubakar. Find out what's so mind-grabbing in the story.

Request for applications to UN General Assembly Global Strategy panel

The Partnership for Maternal Newborn and Child Health is looking for members of the United Nations Secretary General’s Independent Accountability Panel for the Global Strategy on Women’s, Children’s and Adolescent’s Health, and applications are particularly welcome from the African and South-East Asian regions. Deadline is 18 November.