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Breaking Mortality Rate In Ethiopia

Breaking Mortality Rate In Ethiopia

Giving birth is a woman’s natural gift. Every girl could regret missing the chance to be a mom. But in developing countries moms face a lot of challenges while giving birth. Back in the years, out of 100 thousand mothers in the nation, about 1500 of them used to die. Ethiopia is pressing ahead with […]

Pregnancy In Nairobi Is Dangerous And Exhausting

Pregnancy In Nairobi Is Dangerous And Exhausting

In 2013, Debra Adhiambo, 35, then four weeks pregnant, booked an appointment with a popular gynaecologist based at one of the private hospitals in Nairobi. He had been highly recommended by several friends, and since she wanted to get the best treatment, she decided to consult him. “A couple of months before this, I had […]

Government Sets 2030 As Deadline To End Maternal Deaths In Malawi

Government Sets 2030 As Deadline To End Maternal Deaths In Malawi

Kasungu 18 April 2018: Minister of Health and Population, Atupele Muluzi says Government is committed to ensuring that maternal and infant mortality come to an end by the year 2030. Muluzi disclosed this at Kasungu community ground on Wednesday during a ceremony where InPATH project in partnership with PLAN International was handing over six ambulances […]

Rant Of The Day – You Are Stained

Rant Of The Day – You Are Stained

Hello Readers,  Welcome to the rant column.  What kind of care do you give? Let me humbly ask you that question. Is your care borne out of knowing, or truly caring about a person. You might be wondering why I am asking, let me tell you. I hate it, I really hate it when people […]

The Campaign For Quality And Accessible Health Care For Women And Girls

The Campaign For Quality And Accessible Health Care For Women And Girls

 The White Ribbon Alliance in collaboration with partners has launched the “What Women Want” campaign aimed at hearing directly from women and girls across Nigeria about how they define quality maternal and reproductive healthcare. “What Women Want” is a global advocacy campaign to provide quality maternal and reproductive healthcare for women and girls and strengthen […]

The Science Of Bras

The Science Of Bras

Every woman owns a bra and there is a bra for every woman. The bra is one item that you cannot not have as a woman. If you have breasts, irrespective of cup size, then you need a bra. Bra is short for brassiere and it is made for supporting and covering the breasts. The […]

Maternal Mortality Rate Drops By 20 Percent In South Africa

Maternal Mortality Rate Drops By 20 Percent In South Africa

But will South Africa be able to get this figure down further — in time to achieve its sustainable development goal in 2030? South Africa has slashed its maternal mortality death ratios in public health hospitals by almost a third (29%) within seven years. Between 2009 and 2016, institutional maternal death ratios decreased from 189 […]

Antenatal Care Will Help Nigeria Curb High Infant And Maternal Mortality

Antenatal Care Will Help Nigeria Curb High Infant And Maternal Mortality

Obstetricians and Gynaecologists have called for increased attendance to Antenatal care by pregnant women to reduce the high rate of infant and maternal mortality in the country. The experts made the call at a presentation of four books entitled ‘ ‘Step by Step Approach to Obstetrics and Gynaecological Ultrasonography’, ‘Bullet Point Answers to Exam Questions […]

Number Of Pregnant Women Delivering In Health Institutions Increases

Number Of Pregnant Women Delivering In Health Institutions Increases

 The sustainable awareness raising programs conducted by the health institutions in Foro sub-zone has witnessed the increased number of pregnant women delivering at health facilities, reports indicate. The head of the health institutions in the sub zone, Mr. Merhawi Hadgu, stating that there are four health centers in the Foro sub zone, said that thanks […]

Women Urged To Have Timely Kidney Diagnosis

Women Urged To Have Timely Kidney Diagnosis

The Ethiopian Kidney Association called on fellow women to carry out a usual kidney diagnosis as they are more vulnerable to various kidney infections than men. The Association President Dr. Lissane Seifu told The Ethiopia Herald that globally ten of percent women are at risk of contracting Kidney diseases and this number would rise in […]

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