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Supporting Maternal and Child Health

Children under 5 are 13 times more likely to die in low-income countries, compared to high-income countries like the UK. [World Health Organisation]

Supporting Maternal and Child Health is about giving mothers and babies in some of the world's poorest countries a fighting chance at life. From antenatal care to infant nutrition and vaccination this is essential care for mothers and their babies.

Life-saving projects in this health programme

Student Elective Bursary

EMMS International offers bursaries to assist medical, dental, nursing and therapy students who are wishing to undertake an elective in a mission hospital.

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Ekwendeni: Training Clinical Officers and Nurse Midwives

Providing more than 100 additional healthcare workers each year through new courses for clinical officers and registered nurse midwives.

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CMMT Nyanja Health

Helping remote lakeside communities in northern Malawi to access essential healthcare. Nyanja means 'lake' in Chichewa and Tumbuka.

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Prem Jyoti: Protecting Mothers & Babies

Working to improve the health of mothers and babies in rural Jharkhand.

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Mulanje: Primary Healthcare

Reducing the spread of diseases, improving the care of mothers and babies, and tackling malnutrition.

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Nkhoma: Essential Healthcare

Working with Nkhoma Mission Hospital and local health centres to improve access to essential healthcare.

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