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A summary of the #MaternityForum 2016 London Conference

Yesterday I had a wonderful time (as always) at the #MaternityForum  Maternity, Midwifery and baby regional professional development forum in London (4th February, 2016). 580 more words


Diamonds in the Rough: Midwifery, Children, and Asia

I have a new book to read. It is all about connecting with spirit children. I am after a new movement. I would like to support women and children. 663 more words

Column: Home births, midwives, hospitals and the battle over being born | PBS NewsHour

A study released last month highlighting the risk associated with home births has reignited an increasingly polarizing debate among obstetricians, midwives and opinionated mothers everywhere. 14 more words

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WATCH: Winnipeg midwives picket in front of Birth Centre

WINNIPEG — Midwives in this city picketed in front of the Birth Centre Thursday morning to raise awareness of the state of the industry in Manitoba. 181 more words



This kanga was made to celebrate 40 years of the UNFPA working with Tanzania. You can read more about the UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) and its work in Tanzania on  47 more words


Day 3: Seven things I have learned in the first three days of fatherhood...

  1. Baby wipes are a man’s best friend: No matter how sticky the poo, no matter how squirty the pee, the baby wipe is up to the task.
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From Despair to Hope

Midwife and citizen journalist Philomena Okello from Uganda’s Lira District describes her journey as an advocate with White Ribbon Alliance.

I have grown up seeing pregnant mothers and newborns being ‘sentenced to death’ for reasons that could have been prevented. 452 more words