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CELEBRATING MIDWIVES Josephine Murekezi is a senior midwife working at King Faisal hospital Kigali. She wears different hats, she is an educator, a mentor and the chairperson of Rwanda Association of Midwives.  Sample TextFrom a young age of seven, Josephine was hospitalized due to malaria, she started pondering on being a nurse because of the …

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More Happy Birthdays project to improve quality of maternal, new-born healthcare The International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), in partnership with the Rwanda Ministry of Health, Rwanda Association of Midwives, Maternity Foundation and supported by Latter-day Saint Charities, have launched a project ‘More Happy Birthdays’ aiming to improve the quality of maternal and new-born health care …

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My motto in life is “A live baby for a live mother” A story of young Midwife Virgile Xavier Niyitanga , a registered midwife working at Kigufi Health Center in Rubavu District

Midwives are playing an increasingly important role in Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights in Women’s Lives across the world. In Rwanda, Midwives are on frontline in Health care providing various Maternal and Newborn Health services from Health centers to referral hospital including private and public health settings. We approached midwives in various leadership position to …

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What to be a midwife looks like? My journey into midwifery school and ultimately to becoming a midwife.

“Service before profit, profession before advantage, and public welfare above all” M.PATRICK, RM RRH/Rwanda When I enrolled at the University of Rwanda, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, everyone was given a chance to choose three departments by which one of them would be selected for him/her. The way I clung to midwifery pushed me …

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Celebrating Midwives

“I am a midwife on purpose and with purpose. I am a midwife because I believe caring for women is the most important work in the world right now.” A portrait of a Rwandan Midwife Josephine Murekezi is a senior midwife working at King Faisal hospital Kigali. She wears different hats, she is an educator, …

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