The Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP-I) was a six-year (2002-2007) bilateral activity of United States Agency for International Development, Nepal (USAID/N) with the Government of Nepal.
Midwives play a key role not only in averting maternal and newborn deaths, but also in promoting good health in communities as a whole. FGM is a deeply entrenched cultural practice and many midwives face significant social pressure from the community to perform it.
The Mothers and Infants: Safe, Healthy Alive (MAISHA) project in Tanzania was aimed at various aspects of safe motherhood.
The project had as its goal that all pregnant women should:
The aim of this document is to provide interim guidance for interventions to reduce the risk of maternal Zika virus infection and to manage potential complications during pregnancy.
This web page provides answers to frequently asked questions about the Zika Virus and its affect on unborn babies.
This is a film for health workers and communities providing safe newborn care. The film demonstrates how to effectively use chlorhexidine to provide safe umbilical cord care after birth.
Fistula Care with East Central and Southern Africa Collage of Nurses (ECSACON) developed this modular curriculum.
This poster lists seven steps for providers to take when dealing with patients with obstetric fistula:
This is a job aid for diagnosis of obstetric fistula when women present with a leakage of urine at a primary health care center. It offers a yes/no checklist for description of the women's symptoms, and a list of "to dos" to prepare the woman for repair surgery. There is also a list of references for further reading.
This checklist asks three questions: