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Voices of Midwives

25 Mai 2013
Author: UNFPA

Midwives from around the world came to Kuala Lumpur in May 2013 for the Second Global Midwifery Symposium. No one knows more about the challenge, and joys, of saving mothers’ lives than these healthcare workers on the front lines of the maternal health challenge.

Five--from Malawi, Nepal, Pakistan, Somalia and Sudan--shared their reasons for becoming midwives, their most memorable delivery experiences, and the key challenges facing expectant mothers in their countries. Watch their interviews below and hear them talk about heeding the call to help mothers and newborns through the birthing process.

 

Malaysia
Population : 32.4 mil
Taux de fertilité
2
Ratio de mortalité maternelle
29
Taux de prévalence contraceptive
34
Population âgée de 10 à 24 ans
24.7%
Inscription des jeunes en enseignement secondaire
Garçons 69%
Filles 75%

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