Restoring Confidence in a Challenged Health System: MCSP in Liberia

The 2014 Ebola outbreak badly damaged Liberia’s health system, leaving only 44% of health facilities throughout the country functioning in its wake. In a new blog, The Maternal and Child Survival Program’s Kelly Dale and Rose Macauley explain what is being done to restore confidence among Liberians in the country’s health system.

Uterine Atony, an Extremely Dangerous Complication Effectively Managed Thanks to the NASG

  Joana is the kind of woman who strictly follows the advice of  health personnel, taking recommended measures to prevent health conditions and complications. Unfortunately, Joana could not prevent uterine atony, which caused her to hemorrhage shortly after giving birth on November 23  at Oecusse Referral Hospital in timor Leste. Joana is a healthy 19-year … Continue reading “Uterine Atony, an Extremely Dangerous Complication Effectively Managed Thanks to the NASG”