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MamaYe Millennium Development Goal spending in developing countries: Nigeria | Nigeria

MamaYe Millennium Development Goal spending in developing countries: Nigeria | Nigeria | Safe clinics for mothers and babies | Scoop.it
With the 2015 deadline fast approaching to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), this report by Development Finance International and Oxfam, is the first to track developing country spending on the MDGs.
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MamaYe How I could have saved a mother's life with my pen | Nigeria

MamaYe How I could have saved a mother's life with my pen | Nigeria | Safe clinics for mothers and babies | Scoop.it
If a report on the number of women and children who die daily in all the local governments of the federation due to leadership negligence can be gathered, the nation should be in perpetual mourning for losing thousands of her citizens to undeserved...
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Our communities need more education on pregnancy and giving birth. Our government must then ensure that facilities are close to communities and very safe for our pregnant women to deliver their babies safely.

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MamaYe Why women give birth in odd places | Nigeria

MamaYe Why women give birth in odd places | Nigeria | Safe clinics for mothers and babies | Scoop.it

From an expert: you will never believe the just one funny reason some women give birth in odd places!

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FG deploys 6500 midwives to 1500 health facilities to reduce maternal, newborn ... - Premium Times

FG deploys 6500 midwives to 1500 health facilities to reduce maternal, newborn ... - Premium Times | Safe clinics for mothers and babies | Scoop.it
FG deploys 6500 midwives to 1500 health facilities to reduce maternal, newborn ...
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This is good news, because, already, Nigeria has less than 50% of the midwives required to take the 6 million deliveries occurring each year and here's the evidence: http://ow.ly/oxVng

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