This is discussion about TRAINING INFORMAL CARE PROVIDERS TO PREVENT BLEEDING AFTER CHILDBIRTH THROUGH THE USE OF MISOPROSTOL..
On April 15, 2010 the judges reviewed the entries for the Changemakers "Healthy Mothers, Strong World" competition and would like to pass on the following feedback (listed below) for your entry. Thank you for applying and for your hard work in the field. We are excited to archive your entry to serve as a leading solution for the worldwide community of innovators. We wish you continued luck with your innovative, sustainable, and socially impactful initiatives.
All the best, The Changemakers Team
"In terms of social impact, this has huge implications for maternal mortality. There are so many unattended births that providing training for informal care providers could greatly reduce the mortality rates. While lots of organizations are using misoprostol, what I really liked was that this initiative focuses on these informal care providers. They're able to tend to people in households, and can potentially reach far more people."
- Changemakers "Healthy Mothers, Strong World" Judges