Misozi Tembo, an employee of Oxfam in Zambia is coming to speak on Oxfam's projects in that country on Wednesday 14 November from 7-9 pm at the ICANDO London Conference and Activity Centre, nr Victoria.
Thousands of amazing people in the South East fundraise for the projects Oxfam works on. This is your opportunity to find out what it is like to work on the ground supporting Oxfam projects and the daily...
No matter a person's age, gender, nationality, ethnicity or culture - giving birth affects us all. For some it is a distant awareness of a mysterious and sometimes terrifying biological process, for others like Cecilia Addah, the Ghanaian midwife who stars in Oxfam's film about maternal health, it's part of the reality of daily life.
Here in the UK we take our maternal health rights for granted. Pregnant mums are secure...
Mum bloggers from across South England have been writing about Oxfam's Birth Rights campaign, helping us step by step to ensure women in Ghana receive better maternal health care. Click on the links to their blogs below to see the fantastic work they have been doing.
Photo: Oxfam campaigner Lucy Aitken-Read with daughter Ramona, who was born at Kings, at the exhibition. Lucy chose a homebirth with Ramona and felt secure because Kings was just five minutes away.
Trained healthcare was a distant dream when Sukili was pregnant for the first time. Tragedy struck and she lost the baby. But ten years on she benefitted from Nepal's free maternal healthcare programme and had a healthy baby girl.