A midwife in Myanmar provides quality health care to women and families, inspired by the death of her mother in childbirth.
Pakistani midwife Alia Jogi only delivered a handful of mothers every month at her community clinic. Then she received business skills training, and the number of patients skyrocketed.
Shanille was 4 months pregnant—young, afraid and alone. But a new teen-friendly program in the Philippines connected her to the care and support she needed to have a healthy pregnancy and a bright future.