Expectant Mother Workshops


Pregnant women are referred to a workshop by a clinic or a Community Health Worker. The workshop takes less than 3 hours on one day and provides expectant mothers and their birth attendants with detailed health education relating to pregnancy, normal and complicated delivery, breastfeeding and high risk factors and signs of problems for mother or baby. The training is aimed at mothers who have limited access to deliver at clinics or hospitals.

The goal is to reduce maternal and infant injuries and deaths during childbirth and the immediate aftermath through access to information on proper care and encouragement to go to a clinic or hospital for delivery if possible. Following the workshop, a basic delivery kit is given to each pregnant woman and a scarf to each caregiver.

Part of Solution

  • Rebuilding Post-bellum Education, Health, and Training