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Midwives and Women Want The Same Thing: Quality Care for Healthy Moms and Babies

Midwives and Women Want The Same Thing: Quality Care for Healthy Moms and Babies

Through quality care, midwives can raise the collective morale of women, their families, their communities and their societies to define pregnancy as a natural and normal life event whilst ensuring that services reach women wherever it is needed. And wherever the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls can be protected, midwives are there, standing next to them them as is their way.

What Women Want: A Q&A with Dr. Aparajita Gogoi

What Women Want: A Q&A with Dr. Aparajita Gogoi

What do women want? It’s a simple yet complicated question. At the most basic, women want – and deserve – the fundamental right to live a healthy and safe life. And at the core of this is access to quality and respectful healthcare at all levels – including during pregnancy and child birth.

How Listening to Women’s Voices Will Help Achieve Universal Health Coverage

How Listening to Women’s Voices Will Help Achieve Universal Health Coverage

At least half of the world’s population doesn’t have access to fundamental health services, and many are driven into poverty by out of pocket health expenses. A global campaign launched on International Maternal Health and Rights Day, What Women Want: Demands for quality reproductive and maternal health for women and girls, offers valuable insights for everyone working to achieve universal health coverage.

Our Health, Our Voices: Women Want to be Heard

Our Health, Our Voices: Women Want to be Heard

In our work and travel, we have been privileged to hear directly from women and girls around the world and all walks of life about what it is they most want for their health. Unsurprisingly, the answers vary. But most striking, is how often we hear that their wants and needs are ignored by health programs and initiatives intended to serve them.

What Women Want In Terms Of Maternal Health And Rights

What Women Want In Terms Of Maternal Health And Rights

Supporting maternal health and rights not only empowers women but their children and communities too. The International Day for Maternal Health and rights comes at a time when local and international organizations have come together to push for quality, equity and dignity of women and girls via a campaign dabbed #WhatWomenWant.

Launching today! What Women Want - Demands for Quality Healthcare for Women and Girls

Launching today! What Women Want - Demands for Quality Healthcare for Women and Girls

What Women Want is a global advocacy campaign to improve quality maternal and reproductive healthcare for women and girls and strengthen health systems. Launching on April 11, 2018—International Maternal Health and Rights Day—What Women Want sets out to query one million women and girls worldwide—from capital cities to rural villages—about their top priority for quality maternal and reproductive healthcare services by the end of 2018. 

Sondaggio globale: What Women Want – Cosa vogliono le donne

Sondaggio globale: What Women Want – Cosa vogliono le donne

In occasione della Giornata Internazionale per la Salute e i Diritti delle Madri, l’11 aprile 2018, inizia il sondaggio globale What Women Want – Cosa vogliono le donne. OVOItalia partecipa al sondaggio globale rivolto alle donne e alle ragazze per sapere cosa vogliono per la loro salute materna e riproduttiva. Una sola domanda. Un solo obiettivo: raccogliere un milione di proposte in tutto il mondo per migliorare l’assistenza sanitaria nella salute materna e riproduttiva.

Where Maternal Health and Child Marriage Intersect

Where Maternal Health and Child Marriage Intersect

The What Women Want survey, launching today to mark #IntlMHDay, offers the opportunity for girls and women everywhere to share what health issues they believe need to be addressed globally—and child marriage should be one of them. The practice scars young girls economically and often physically, and infringes on their most basic rights as girls and often as young mothers.

What Women Want: E4A-MamaYe Wants to Know

What Women Want: E4A-MamaYe Wants to Know

E4A-MamaYe is proud to be a partner in a global campaign that will put women’s voices at the centre of healthcare.Quality means different things to different people. This week, E4A-MamaYe has been asking members of its own team about their one ask for quality maternal and reproductive healthcare. The responses from Nigeria and Kenya show the diversity of what women want.