Midwives in Kwa-Zulu Natal Pledge to Fight TB in Children and Pregnant Women
During a June summit in Hluhluwe, 300 midwives from Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, South Africa pledged to play their role in fighting tuberculosis (TB) among children and pregnant women. The summit, entitled “No Women or Child in KZN Should Die from Preventable Causes”, was hosted by the Provincial Department of Health and supported by the USAID TB CARE II Project and other partners. It was designed to highlight how TB affects pregnant women and discuss the crucial role that midwives can play in reducing maternal morbidity and mortality.
|15 Jul 2015 10:37|