Supporting safe motherhood

         Posted on April 4, 2017 under News

Supporting safe motherhood

The focus is once again on Maternal and Child Health! An area that needs much attention in most rural parts of Nepal. 

A-sixty-day Skilled Birth Attendant training for Auxiliary Nurse Midwives started on March 27 last week at Seti Zonal Hospital in Dhangadhi. Ten participants from two districts, Doti and Bajhang (far-west Nepal) have enrolled in the training. The training is being conducted with financial support from UMN's Maternal and Child Health project and technical support from National Health Training Centre. The project also works on strengthening the 24 hours birthing facilities in the birthing centres by providing equipment and training to health workers. UMN has started to implement the project through its local partners in 10 VDCs of Doti and Bajhang. 

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