#Maternal Mortality

  • Article: 5 Reasons to Celebrate Midwives Today — and Every Day
    AdvocacyHealth

    5 Reasons to Celebrate Midwives Today — and Every Day

    By Sushmita Roy|May 3, 2019

    In some countries, nurses and midwives make up 63% of the health care workforce. Read more

  • Article: 2 Billion People Lack Water at Health Facilities: UN

    2 Billion People Lack Water at Health Facilities: UN

    April 3, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    More than 1 million deaths every year are associated with "unclean birth" conditions. Read more

  • Article: Mali Is Providing Free Health Care to Pregnant Women and Children Under 5

    Mali Is Providing Free Health Care to Pregnant Women and Children Under 5

    By Leah Rodriguez|March 7, 2019

    “We needed to do this a long time ago.” Read more

  • Article: India Pledges $100 Billion to Lower Maternal and Infant Deaths by 2030

    India Pledges $100 Billion to Lower Maternal and Infant Deaths by 2030

    By Leah Rodriguez|Dec. 14, 2018

    The country is investing more in health care to reach the Global Goals deadline. Read more

  • Article: The US Is Most Dangerous Developed Nation to Give Birth: Report

    The US Is Most Dangerous Developed Nation to Give Birth: Report

    By Joanna Prisco|July 27, 2018

    An inquiry into 75 hospitals nationwide has revealed a lack of oversight and many preventable death. Read more

  • Article: Serena Williams' Husband Is in Awe of Her 'Mom Strength Button'

    Serena Williams' Husband Is in Awe of Her 'Mom Strength Button'

    By Imogen Calderwood|July 2, 2018

    Becoming a mother has made Williams even stronger. Read more

  • Feature: These Adorable Baby Photos Show Why Maternal and Infant Health Matter
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    These Adorable Baby Photos Show Why Maternal and Infant Health Matter

    By Olivia KestinDaniele Selby  and  Pia Gralki|May 11, 2018

    Every child deserve a happy, healthy life, and every mother deserves to be there for it. Read more

  • Article: Teen Pregnancies Remain Stubbornly High in Latin America: Report

    Teen Pregnancies Remain Stubbornly High in Latin America: Report

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Maria Rendo|May 4, 2018

    Latin America has the second highest regional rate of teenage pregnancies in the world. Read more