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March 2017

Getting to know: Miriam Mutabazi

By |2017-02-22T12:42:29+00:00March 31st, 2017|East Africa, maternal health, maternal mortality, Profile|

Late last year, Save the Mothers (STM) announced the beginning of a whole new era in our work in East Africa. Plans were revealed for STM founder and executive director Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese to return to Canada, and for local leadership in East Africa to step into her role there, in order that they [...]

Maternal and child health: what’s water got to do with it?

By |2017-03-20T14:14:14+00:00March 20th, 2017|East Africa, hospitals, maternal health, Mother Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative, Uganda|

Midwife at Uganda's Kawolo Hospital proudly displays the water tank installed by H2O 4 ALL, which provides clean water for drinking, washing and cleaning. We are proud of our work with Save the Mothers (STM), which delivers sustainable water sources to Mother Baby Friendly Hospitals to improve quality of care for pregnant and delivering mothers. [...]

Research yields understanding

By |2017-03-13T14:30:33+00:00March 13th, 2017|East Africa, maternal health, Uganda|

Save the Mothers research assistant Chrispus Muganyizi offers information to a young woman during a "community drive" to promote toll-free lines. Chrispus reflects on his experiences below.   The health of a mother impacts the family and the entire community. Her access to proper healthcare largely determines her wellbeing and the wellbeing of her baby. [...]

How the empowerment of women anywhere helps women everywhere

By |2017-03-06T20:53:26+00:00March 6th, 2017|East Africa, International Women's Day, Master of Public Health Leadership, maternal health, maternal mortality, News, Uganda|

Save the Mothers' Program Intern 2016-17 Jess Huston visited the Luweero District in Uganda, and sat in on this meeting, where these women were learning to become economically independent.    International Women’s Day is March 8th. People around the world celebrate this day in different ways—marches, conferences, public forums, dinners, extra hugs, or even just [...]