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Midwives Offer Helping Hands to Ensure Early and Small Babies Survive and Thrive

May 5—Today, as we celebrate International Day of the Midwife, thousands of families in Malawi recognize the important contributions midwives have made for improved maternal, newborn and child health. In partnership with other health care providers and communities, midwives helped Malawi reduce child mortality over the past fifteen years as part of the Millennium Development Goals. Malawi is only one of a handful of countries to boast this achievement. Yet, newborn deaths remain quite high in Ma...

Posted By Michele Lunsford | 5/5/2016 10:19:48 AM
 
 

 

 



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