From December, 2018

Providing Respectful Maternity Care Training in South Sudan

“I think every midwife ought to step out of their comfort zone – whether just out of their own community or to another country,” said midwife Bev Langlois, after her first trip to South Sudan. “It’s important to see that people are just people and appre­ciate what other people experience and how they live.” She…

Saj Fanm Pou Fanm

The objective of the Saj Fanm Pou Fanm (SFPF) Project is to help build the Haitian government’s capacity to train, recruit, hire and support midwives. The five-year project is funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC) and led by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The aim is to reduce maternal and infant mortality by improving…