SFPF aims to reinforce the profession of midwifery, reduce maternal mortality rates and promote the health and well being of women, girls and newborns in Haiti.
Bev Langlois participated in the Strengthening Midwifery Services in South Sudan project to share her knowledge and see how midwifery is practiced in another country.
Dora Kunda is one of 28 South Sudanese midwives participating in the Peer‑to‑Peer project that is part of the Strengthening Midwifery Services Project.
Funded by GAC and led by the UNFPA, the five‑year project is building the Haitian government’s capacity to train, recruit, hire and support midwives.
Showcasing midwives’ efforts to save lives and speak up for the rights of women and girls around the world and in South Sudan in particular
Over 200 attendees, including CAM member midwives, midwives from the Global South, and interested international development practitioners
VIDEOS: midwives from Canada and South Sudan collaborate for training, to strengthen midwifery services, and to create sustainable practices in the world’s youngest nation.