AIM Health Programme

The AIM Infant and Maternal Health Programme is a programme that aims to reduce the number of young children and women who die every year from preventable…
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Maternal health in Sierra Leone World Vision AIM
Maternal health in Sierra Leone World Vision AIM
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“At first, we had to walk miles [to a health clinic], and when you arrived at a place, it was so full or there were no nurses,” said Finda Moriba, now pregnant with her third child. Read about how World Vision's innovative use of technology has helped improve maternal health >> http://ow.ly/Z1pd1
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World Vision trained Community Health Workers are saving lives. Sierra Leone has among the worst infant and maternal mortality rates in the world. It is estimated that 117 babies out of every 1,000 live births die before their first birthday but our work is making a difference. Read more: http://ow.ly/YHg9d
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‘Men, I would like to take this opportunity to extend your formal invitation. Gender equality is your issue too’, Emma Watson. Read about the important role men play in changing pregnant women’s lives in Sierra Leone: http://ow.ly/YH5ma
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What’s Men Got To Do With It?
In rural African communities where the head of the household, which in most cases is male, makes the majority of family decisions, the simple, yet sometimes culturally acceptable, decisions that a man makes can impose huge health consequences on his wife. Read more: http://www.worldvision.ie/news/detail/whats-men-got-to-do-with-it
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Changing Women’s Lives| World Vision Ireland
Did you know that every 2 minutes a woman dies from pregnancy or child birth related complications? This amounts to over 280,000 women dying needlessly every year! Read more about how World Vision are working with communities to fight against the odds: http://www.worldvision.ie/news/detail/aim-health-changing-womens-lives
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Changing the Odds in Sierra Leone
Hawa was distraught having lost 2 babies due to birth complications so she turned to World Vision Health worker Alice for advice. Now her and new baby Lucy are happy and healthy. Read her story of success: http://www.worldvision.ie/news/detail/changing-the-odds-in-sierra-leone
Visit the World Vision Ireland website and learn more about the collaborative work across 5 African nations that is fighting against infant mortality rates! http://www.worldvision.ie/aim Nutrition, Infant Mortality, The World
Visit the World Vision Ireland website and learn more about the collaborative work across 5 African nations that is fighting against infant mortality rates! http://www.worldvision.ie/aim
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Saving Lives in Sierra Leone
Isata has been registered with World Vision Ireland’s AIM Health Programme* for over 2 years now and to say that this Programme has greatly impacted her life is an understatement. Here is her story: http://www.worldvision.ie/news/detail/saving-lives-in-sierra-leone