We are thrilled to announce that Kathleen McDonald has recently joined our team! Kathleen will be working in Kitwe in Ndola in the Copperbelt region of Zambia assisting the Regional Coordinator with the study. In the Copperbelt, we are working in 2 hospitals and 13 clinics. Both of th
Dr. Suellen Miller presented at a prestigious meeting in Delaware that brought together expert staff from four universities interested in collaborating in areas of public health. Dr. Miller presented on the NASG research to date and proposed research into its use domestically. These i
Dr. Miller made two presentations on the NASG at this influential meeting hosted by Maternal Health Task Force in India from August 30 – September 1. Click here to read more about MHTF and the conference.
We have been delighted that this summer we have been able to place six interns in the Copperbelt province of Zambia! These talented people have been working for the Safe Motherhood Program, assisting our project whilst gaining valuable work experience and re-affirming their passion fo
Dr. Suellen Miller and Elizabeth Butrick were in Egypt this month to disseminate research findings alongside Egyptian colleagues Dr. Mohommed Mourad and Dr. Mohamed Fathalla. The meeting was well attended by a variety of dignitaries, decision makers, NGOs, and facility-based providers
This month we are pleased to have Emily Mangone interning with us in Ndola, Zambia. She will be working closely with Dr. Aminu who is also currently based in the Copperbelt region. Dr. Aminu Isyaku Mohammed is an Ob/Gyn from Nigeria who has considerable experience working with the NAS
Safe Motherhood Program staff and international colleagues were thrilled with the opportunity to share NASG findings with colleagues from around the world at this prestigious forum. Over 9000 representatives from many countries and organizations attended this conference, hosted by the
This year has been a very difficult year for conducting research in Zimbabwe. With political and financial turmoil, staff at hospitals and clinics who had not been able to live on their meager and inconsistent salaries went on strike, leaving our small staff and study on hold. But imm