TAKING CARE : A SUCCESSFUL HOME VISIT AFTER DELIVERY IN DALXISKA ,KISMAYO DISTRICT
Midwife Habibo asks Hafxo about her delivery experience and is pleased that Hafxo did not have complications. She then tenderly cleans the baby girl while checking her. After which she administers the first round vaccination. She then weighs the baby and records in her official notebook for record keeping.
Delivering Hope To Pregnant Women In Remote Villages in Hobyo District, Somalia
Delivering Hope To Pregnant Women In Remote Villages in Hobyo District, Somalia Farhiye Qasim Said, 36 and mother of 12 is a happy woman now that she has delivered a healthy baby at the SAF-UK Bandiiradley health facility. This has not always been the case. She has suffered tremendous loss over the years after losing 3 of her children. Farhiye’s baby […]
HOW BEHAVIOUR CHANGE CAN REDUCE MALNUTRITION AMONG CHILDREN IN IDP CAMPSIN SOMALIA
Malnutrition is one of the leading causes of childhood mortality worldwide Each year, more than 5.9 million children under the age of five die around the world; 45% of these deaths are attributed to malnutrition. Somalia is among the countries with the highest prevalence of malnutrition in children under the age of five years. Siteey […]
BRINGING MATERNAL HEALTHCARE TO THE PEOPLE LIVING IN IDP CAMPS IN SOUTH CENTRAL SOMALIA
When Amino Abdi Mohamed gave birth to her first child 8 years ago, maternal health care services in JAMAME region which is 60km away from Kismayo were non-existent. She lost her first born baby girl because of lack of maternal health care since the nearest health care center was located in Kismayo. Unfortunately, stories like this are all too common. Women […]