Save women and children from dying during birth

 
$2,830
$41,990
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Jun 28, 2012

Saving Mothers from Dying in Childbirth in Darfur

The 40 trainee village midwives are now almost half way through the year-long training programme and are probably now allowing themselves the luxury of thinking about going home - many have left young children, even babies, back in the village. The commitment of these young women to this training is quite amazing. Their villages are also waiting in eager anticipation for their return with the women in particular longing for the day when they will have expertise on hand when they encounter difficulties in pregnancy or childbirth. Meanwhile the midwives trained previously by KIDS FOR KIDS continue to provide excellent and most valued service to their villages.  

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Organization

Kids for Kids

Dorking, Surrey, United Kingdom
http://www.kidsforkids.org.uk

Project Leader

Patricia Parker

CEO & Chairman of Trustees
Dorking, Surrey United Kingdom

Where is this project located?

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