Rwandan Community Health Worker Is Vital Part of Health Care Delivery

Rwandan Community Health Worker Is Vital Part of Health Care Delivery

Through programs supported by the Maternal and Child Survival Program, thanks to the United States Agency for International Development, the number of women receiving or maintaining a modern family planning method in Rwanda increased from 384,805 in 2015 to nearly 500,000 today.

When Women Bare Arms to Prevent Pregnancy, They Should Not Feel Stuck

The demand for contraceptive implants is up, with more women getting the long-acting protection that they want. This means, of course, that there’s going to be a greater need for providers who are confidently able to remove the tiny, thin rods, about the size of a matchstick, when women decide that they want them removed.

Joy for Joie and Her Malaria-Free Pregnancy

Nurse testing a young boy for malaria.

From home to health center, this first-time mother was in good hands. Her community health worker and midwife together ensured a malaria-free pregnancy and plenty of prenatal care.