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Historic UN Maternal Death Case – Brazilian Government gives Monetary Reparations #Goodnews

BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT GIVES MONETARY REPARATIONS AS PART OF HISTORIC UNITED NATIONS MATERNAL DEATH CASE 03/25/2014 – (PRESS RELEASE) In a ceremony today, the Brazilian government gave monetary reparations to Maria Lourdes da Silva Pimentel, the mother of Alyne—an Afro-Brazilian woman who… Continue Reading →

#India – One woman doctor for entire district of Mewat #Believeitornot

Aditya Dev, TNN May 16, 2013, GURGAON: There is an acute shortage of doctors in government hospitals of Mewat. Surprisingly, the district with the worst maternal mortality rate and infant mortality rate, there is only one woman doctor available for the… Continue Reading →

Maternal Health Activist Madhuri of JADS arrested #Vaw #Tribalrights

    Five Years of NRHM-JSY and more than a decade of RCH: continuing maternal deaths in Barwani and MP Background Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) was launched under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) in April 2005 as a safe motherhood intervention, with the specific objective… Continue Reading →

Madhuri of JADS has been arrested for fighting against contnuing Maternal Deaths In Barwani #Vaw #Tribalrights

      Five Years of NRHM-JSY and more than a decade of RCH: continuing maternal deaths in Barwani and MP   Background Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) was launched under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) in April 2005 as a… Continue Reading →

National Urban Health Mission (NUHM) as a sub-mission under the National Health Mission (NHM)

PIB PRESS RELEASE The Union Cabinet gave its approval to launch a National Urban Health Mission (NUHM) as a new sub-mission under the over-arching National Health Mission (NHM). Under the Scheme the following proposals have been approved : 1.        One Urban Primary… Continue Reading →

#Fellowship- Maternal Health #India #mustshare

THE MATERNAL HEALTH YOUNG CHAMPIONS PROGRAM       Maternal mortality is a major threat to women’s lives in developing countries. While maternal health outcomes have improved in some countries over the past few decades, rates of maternal death remain… Continue Reading →

Ray of hope for tribal infants, moms

    Saturday, Aug 4, 2012, 8:49 IST By Dilnaz Boga | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA   Despite the slim chances, Mayur Bhagat survived.   In Waghwadi’s Shahapur block in Thane, two-month-old was breathless and suffering from acute nasal and chest… Continue Reading →

U.S. Health Law May Curb Rising Maternal Deaths

  By Malena Amusa WeNews correspondent Monday, July 30, 2012 As the U.S. maternal mortality rate continues to increase, the new health care law could offer improvements in preventative care for women. Yet, definitive answers to why more American mothers… Continue Reading →

Adding It Up: Costs and Benefits of Contraceptive Services Estimates for 2012

HIGHLIGHTS June 2012 In 2012, an estimated 645 million women in the developing world were using modern methods— 42 million more than in 2008. About half of this increase was due to population growth. The proportion of married women using… Continue Reading →

Maternal Deaths Halved in 20 Years, but Faster Progress Needed

UN News The report “Trends in maternal mortality: 1990 to 2010”, shows that from 1990 to 2010, the annual number of maternal deaths dropped from more than 543,000 to 287,000 – a decline of 47 per cent. While substantial progress… Continue Reading →

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