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Midwives

Now’s the Time to Push for Advanced Roles for Nurses

International Nurses Day—and Florence Nightingale’s vision—should inspire us.

Policymakers Must Do More to Support Midwives like Me

To end the pandemic and better respond to the next outbreak, we must start prioritizing midwives.

To Decolonize Global Nursing and Midwifery, Let’s Rethink How We Train Health Workers

Curricula and training must be country-led and aligned to each nation’s unique needs.

Midwives Are Leaders on the Line. Listen to Them.

If you’re not already listening to midwives, start now with these testimonies from Fatima, Juliet, Sage, and S. Bakhla.

Reflections on 2020 from a Nurse and a Midwife

What does 2020 The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife mean for us? How will we be honored —and how will we honor the profession?

Improving Primary Care by Championing Our Primary Resource—the Health Worker
Johnson & Johnson is delivering on the new Political Declaration for UHC by launching the Center for Health Worker Innovation to strengthen primary, community-based care.
Midwives Can Reduce the Number of Preventable Deaths From Pre-Eclampsia: Research from Kenya and Nigeria

This International Day of the Midwife, learn from the Population Council on how they are working with midwives to reduce preventable deaths from Pre-Eclampsia.

Enabling and Elevating Midwives with “Whole-System” Support

This International Day of the Midwife, let's support midwives so they can reach their full potential and be the change agents we need.

The Journey of Arti Sah, a Midwife in Nepal

Arti Sah works as a midwife at the Aambote health facility in, a remote community in Nepal. She completed her midwifery training, thanks to a CARE-GSK program that trains frontline health workers who are vital in bringing more and better quality maternal, neonatal, and reproductive health...