Panelists At Recent Symposium Discuss Midwifery Success Stories, Challenges

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: How Midwives Can Answer the World’s Maternal Health Woes
Linnea Bennett and Theo Wilson, interns with the Environmental Change and Security Program, discuss a recent “day-long symposium at the Wilson Center [held] in cooperation with UNFPA, the Swedish government, Midwives4All, and the Maternal Health Task Force. Some of the day’s more than a dozen panelists shared midwifery successes in their own countries, while others discussed international initiatives to improve the number and quality of midwives…” (5/26).

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