Maternal mortality can be successfully reduced if Nigeria put women's rights at the centre of the equation, says the Executive Director of Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre, Dr Abiola Afolabi.
Reduce Maternal Mortality, Consider Women's Rights'
Daily Trust, 19 July 2019
The Executive Director of Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre, WARDC, Dr Abiola Afolabi has said maternal mortality can be successfully reduced if Nigeria put women's… Read more »
Tackling Maternal Deaths Using Technology and Birth Kits
Nigeria Health Watch, 15 July 2019
When Abiodun Adereni founded HelpMum two years ago, his dream was to provide basic health information to pregnant women and to help tackle maternal and infant mortality in Nigeria.… Read more »
Why Nigeria, Other African Countries Unable to Tackle Maternal, Child Deaths - Unicef
Premium Times, 16 June 2019
Nigeria and many other African countries are struggling to end preventable maternal and child deaths due to the acute shortage of skilled health professionals, a UNICEF report has… Read more »
The Ministry of Health has launched a taskforce to fast track the reduction of maternal mortality in the country, particularly in six northern states of Sokoto, Zamfara, Jigawa, ... Read more »
Across Nigeria, health workers are trying to improve maternal mortality. But the figures are alarming: in 2015, there were an estimated 814 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births ... Read more »
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