Health System:

Community Engagement:

Newborn:

Courtesy: SNL Program, Save the Children.

Courtesy: SNL Program, Save the Children.

Local Government Engagement:
The following series of videos show how the engagement of Local Government organizations are translating into improving maternal and child health situation in different parts of Bangladesh

Safe Motherhood:

Member of Parliament Mahjabeen Khaled shares her motherhood experience.

Rubana Huq shares her motherhood experience.

Kumar Bishwajit shares his experience on his wife's pregnancy period.

Elita Karim speaks on the occasion of safe motherhood day.

Captain Jahanara Alam speaks on the occasion of safe motherhood day.

Reducing Maternal Mortality:

Post-Partum Hemorrhage is one of the leading causes of maternal deaths. Joby George of Save the Children talks about simple solutions to save these lives in Bangladesh.

Ishtiaq Mannan, Director, Health, Nutrition and HIV/AIDS Sector, Save the Children in Bangladesh, talks about the importance of ensuring safe delivery by Skilled Birth Attendants by all mothers, be it at home or a health facility.

Imteaz Mannan, Senior Advisor, Advocacy, Communication and Program Learning, Save the Children in Bangladesh, offers insight into “Community Mobilization”, specially how Save the Children has been engaging the communities and how it translates into lasting benefits of the community.

MaMoni HSS project has adopted a data driven decentralized district level planning process. It is not a one-off activity but a cycle of planning, management, monitoring and taking corrective actions for further planning. The MOH&FW at District and Upazila level lead the entire process engaging the local level stakeholders including the local government institutions. The video attempts to capture the process.

Some of the most well-known faces in different arenas speak about the importance of maternal care. Watch the videos: