Improve Maternal Health
Sub-Saharan Africa still has the highest maternal mortality ratio (maternal death per 100,000 life births, women aged 15-49 years) when compared with other regions/continents. In developing regions, only about 56% of births in rural areas are tended by skilled health personnel, compared with 87% in urban areas. Also, only half of pregnant women in these regions receive the recommended minimum of four antenatal care visits. Worse so, just 51% of countries have data on maternal cause of death. Our goal Is to improve the overall wellbeing of pregnant women during the course of pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal period. We aim to provide skilled health professionals to care for their medical needs whilst providing accommodation for their safety , food for their nutrition, skills and education to enable them start trades and earn a living to lead a successful life.