Who would have thought that in 2017, countries would be gathering to seek solutions on maternal health? Who would have thought that a man would still be dictating his wife’s choice of contraception? Who would have thought we would still have hundreds of girls whose sex inception was not by choice, but by forced marriage or cultural fiat?
One in five maternal deaths in the region results from hemorrhage during the third trimester of pregnancy or immediately following childbirth.
Washington, D.C., December 8, 2017— An approach based on human rights using international legal instruments can help in the effort to reduce maternal mortality in the Americas, according to experts speaking today at a Pan American Health Organization symposium.
Ghana is to benefit tremendously from the launch of a “Safe Delivery App,” which is a technology learning application tool designed to empower skilled birth attendants to provide safer delivery services.
The new application, which can easily be downloaded free of charge from Google Play and at App Store using smartphones and other technological gadgets, also works offline once copied, and can currently be found in the English and French languages.
Hari AIDS Sedunia—tiap 1 Desember—telah diperingati selama 30 tahun, tapi anak-anak dengan HIV/AIDS (ADHA) di Indonesia belum mendapatkan perhatian sebanyak perhatian terhadap orang dewasa yang terinfeksi virus serupa.
Anak-anak dengan HIV/AIDS mengalami diskriminasi dan terhambat mengakses hak-hak dasar sejak usia dini.
Although Uganda’s maternal mortality rate has been declining, out every 100,000 women who give birth, 336 mothers die due to pregnancy-related complications every year.
A development organisation in Uganda is promoting a door to door health approach as one of the interventions to curb maternal and child mortality.
Although Uganda’s maternal mortality rate has been declining in recent years, out every 100,000 women who give birth, 336 mothers die due to pregnancy-related complications every year.