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Preventing Maternal Sepsis in Low resource settings

Preventing Maternal Sepsis in Low resource settings

Parent and Child Health Initiative (PACHI) together with University of Birmingham has been implementing the ‘Evaluation of maternal sepsis FAST-M feasibility study’ in 15 health facilities of Malawi belonging to Lilongwe and Dowa Districts. The study aims to improve maternal care through use of tailored tools to help in early recognition of maternal infections and sepsis, diagnose maternal infections and sepsis, and manage maternal sepsis. Read more about Preventing Maternal Sepsis in Low resource settings

EVALUATION OF MATERNAL SEPSIS FAST-M BUNDLE FEASIBILITY STUDY

EVALUATION OF MATERNAL SEPSIS FAST-M BUNDLE FEASIBILITY STUDY

Parent and Child Health Initiative and the University of Birmingham has implemented the Evaluation of Maternal Sepsis FAST-M (Fluids, Antibiotics, Source control, Transport and Monitoring) Bundle feasibility study in Dowa and Lilongwe districts of Malawi with  a huge success. The research which has been implemented at Dowa District Hospital, Chankhungu Health Centre, Msakambewa Health Centre,Read more about EVALUATION OF MATERNAL SEPSIS FAST-M BUNDLE FEASIBILITY STUDY[…]

Zomba youth engage with the district youth technical working group on increased teen pregnancies

Zomba youth engage with the district youth technical working group on increased teen pregnancies

Bwalo Interlocutors which include the youth conducted an engagement meeting with the District Youth Technical Working Group (DYTWG) in Zomba. The DYTWG which is composed of the District Youth Officer (DYO), District Social Welfare Officer (DSO), District Community Development Officer (DCDO), District Education Manager (DEM), District Agriculture Development Officer (DADO), Director of Planning and DevelopmentRead more about Zomba youth engage with the district youth technical working group on increased teen pregnancies[…]

Communities in Dowa voice out to the Health and Environment Committee (HEC)

Communities in Dowa voice out to the Health and Environment Committee (HEC)

On 14 of March, 2017 Dowa district hosted the Bwalo forum where duty bearers (HEC) interacted with the community members (activists, influential people, youth representatives, CSO network representatives) to act upon evidence in the district relating to reproductive, maternal, Neonatal, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH). Read more about Communities in Dowa voice out to the Health and Environment Committee (HEC)