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In Tanzania, pregnant women who were exposed to a national safe motherhood campaign designed to get them to visit health facilities for prenatal care and delivery were more likely to create birth plans and to attend more prenatal appointments, according to new Johns Hopkins research.
Three projects led by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (CCP) were selected by The Guardian as among the five best public health campaigns in the global south, specifically for the impact they had on ending preventable diseases. In Zambia,
Mothers and expectant women across Tanzania have a reason to celebrate this Mother’s Day. Their pregnancies are healthier and they are more prepared for birth in recent months. The reason? The Wazazi Nipendeni campaign. Wazazi Nipendeni (“Love me, parents”) is an ongoing national campaign that
Hundreds of pregnant women and their partners gathered today to receive antenatal care services at the Nyamagana Stadium in Mwanza, Tanzania as the Minister of Health, Hon. Dr. Hussein Ali Mwinyi officially launched the Wazazi Nipendeni Safe Motherhood campaign. “Through the Wazazi Nipendeni Safe Motherhood
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