“I felt bad seeing patients languishing in labour pains simply because I was alone here. And by that time I had not acquired basic training in midwifery. All I can say is thank you MamaYe for bringing a midwife to Bua health center,” said Moses Chimtembo, Bua Health Center Medical Assistant.
The Ministry of Health and Sanitation has recently confirmed that Pujehun Government Hospital is ready and able to provide emergency obstetric and newborn care (EmONC) services. This is the first facility that has been certified since the outbreak of Ebola in 2014.
Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group and Africa Health Budget Network have launched a campaign aimed at ensuring that government and parliament allocate sh36b in the forthcoming budget for recruitment of 3542 health workers to fill the glaring staffing gaps in the country’s health sector, writes the New Vision.
Following publication of the Ministerial Policy Statement and Budget for the Ministry of Health on 15 March 2016, Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group and the Africa Health Budget Network are demanding that the Ugandan Government urgently invest in health workers.
MamaYe campaign featured on HC3 and MoHS’ creative design workshop to increase demand and uptake for RMNCH services
Civil society organisations are contributing to the development of a national multimedia campaign in support of the Ministry of Health and Sanitation. The Government's goal is to use social behavioral change communication to increase demand and uptake for reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health services in Sierra Leone.
Call for nominations from the Saving Newborn Lives: the International Neonatal Nursing Excellence Award
Call for nominations from the Saving Newborn Lives: the International Neonatal Nursing Excellence Award - are you or do you know someone who is working against all odds to save the lives of newborns?
8th March is International Women’s Day, TAKE ACTION for girls and women with one of the incredible campaigns that are fighting for their empowerment - including MamaYe! Watch the video and get buzzing to take action yourself.
It’s International Women's Day today. As a woman, I know the story. As an activist, I know it is more than rhetoric. As a human I ask WHY!! We should not even have to ask for this.
MamaYe has strengthened its partnership with media houses to improve coverage and delivery of evidence-supported maternal and newborn health in the news.