2018 Blog Carnival: International Day for Maternal Health and Rights (#IntlMHDay)

Posted on April 11, 2018  |  Related Issues: Maternal Health

In celebration of the International Day for Maternal Health and Rights, advocates and global health organizations shared blog posts about comprehensive, safe maternal and reproductive health care.

Click below to read and share the blogs on Twitter and Facebook using #IntlMHDay!

CARE Canada: SHE TOO deserves to be free from abuse, especially in childbirth 

Center for Health and Gender Equity: The global gag rule is a maternal health issue and here’s why 

Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation: A Malawi Farm Family Blessed with Grace 

Every Mother Counts: On International Maternal Health and Rights Day, Women’s Voices Create Change 

FCI Program at Management Sciences for Health (MSH): Advocacy strategies for advancing midwifery in Mexico 

Feminist Campus, Feminist Majority Foundation: We Have No Idea What’s Happening to Pregnant People in America’s Prisons 

Feminist Majority: If We Care About Maternal Health, We Have To Address National Clinic Violence 

Ibis Reproductive Health: Comprehensive maternal and reproductive health care (including abortion) for all 

InciSioN: On International Maternal Health and Rights Day: The role of emergency and essential surgical care 

Maternal Health Task Force: International Day for Maternal Health and Rights: Five Perspectives on Respectful Maternity Care 

Maternal Health Task Force: What Do Women Want When It Comes to High Quality Maternal and Reproductive Health Care? 

Ms. Magazine: Where Maternal Health and Child Marriage Intersect 

Population Council: Why community health workers can lead to more respectful care for women and girls 

Rutgers: A shared experience of a child bride's story on International Maternal Health & Rights Day

WaterAid: What women want: maternal health and rights 

The White Ribbon Alliance: Top 5 reasons why women’s voices matter when it comes to reproductive and maternal healthcare 

The International Day for Maternal Health and Rights is co-organized by Black Mamas Matter, the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE), Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), EngenderHealth, Every Mother Counts, Ibis Reproductive Health, Maternal Health Task Force, Pathfinder International, White Ribbon Alliance, and Women Enabled.

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