The Maternal and Child Health Unit (birthing center) is doing really well! Every month there are 200-300 new cases coming for a variety of services including prenatal and postnatal care, deliveries, and family planning. We are grateful for Rotary’s grant and for all of your continued support in making this possible
The birthing center recently hired a new midwife, Raham Ziba, who comes to the clinic with impressive education and work experience. Raham completed an associate’s degree in midwifery in Pakistan and then two more years of training at an OB/GYN hospital in Afghanistan. She worked as a midwife for four years before moving to the Behsood District, where she spent the next five years helping women out of her own home. “I am very grateful for this opportunity!” said Raham of her new role at the birthing center where she works six days a week, eight ours a day to provide prenatal and postnatal care in addition to deliveries.
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