Santé maternelle et de la reproduction

Agatha Aduro's New Entry

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The Sweet Mother Project seeks to combat Maternal Morbidity and Mortality by addressing one of the root causes; Delay in Decision to Seek Care, by utilizing information technology to provide clear and concise information to the pregnant woman through pregnancy and beyond.


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Shout out is Mobile game,SMSApp, WebAPP and message platform that informs, advocates youth on HIV/AIDS,abortions, early pregnancies, drug abuse, premature sex, contraceptive techniques,family planning and other reproductive health in the communities in diff local languages.

Du'Anyam - Mothers Weaving

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Du'Anyam economically empowers rural women, providing them with financial means to access health services and improved nutrition, especially during pregnancy. This is achieved by offering alternative job that leverages an existing skill in the community, wicker weaving

Bridging the Gap

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In the Philippines, 15 women die daily due to preventable complications of pregnancy and childbirth, because they lack knowledge and access to prenatal services. 20% of pregnancies are to teens. With education and clinical services, we empower women and communities to lead healthier lives.

FullSoul Health Solutions


FullSoul equips hospitals in Uganda with medical supplies to protect the health and safety of mothers, babies and medical practitioners during childbirth. We are starting with Uganda and plan to expand across Africa. Medical equipment is delivered to health centers bi-annually.


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Firefighter rural groups in Colombia has several financial problems. Due to this, the population that requires emergency health care is underserved. Telemedicine can improve access of vulnerable populations for emergency health care. This project will fill that gap.



Rural Health Initiative main aim is to improve maternal and child health in the rural areas through identification and registration of pregnant women and the children under five years old and giving them reminders on their next clinic visits.