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  • 16 October, 2017

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  • 9 October, 2017

    The Royal College of Midwives and the Bangladesh Midwifery Society started a new twinning partnership in June 2017.  Initially for one year, this may extend for a further 3 years if successful.  The project is part of a larger midwifery strengthening project in Bangladesh, funded by...

  • 25 September, 2017

    The RCM is keen to promote member engagement in its global work and to recognise the work that many of our members are doing to strengthen midwifery around the world.  In the first of a series of guest blogs, midwife Kirsty Lowe from Sheffield, shares her experience of volunteering...

  • I am currently in Toronto, attending the International Confederation of Midwives 31st Triennial Congress and the preceding council meetings.  It’s a fantastic opportunity to meet midwives from all over the world and to...

  • 3 May, 2017

    Joy has kindly given me opportunity to write a guest post for her blog so here I am! A little information about me and why I’m here to begin with before I delve into my experiences with the MOMENTUM project in Uganda.

  • 24 April, 2017

    I'm in Uganda again for 2 weeks to close out the RCM's MOMENTUM project (Developing a Model of Mentorship for Ugandan Midwifery).

  • 23 January, 2017

    I am halfway through a 2 week visit to Uganda with the RCM’s MOMENTUM project.  As the RCM’s Global Professional Advisor I am also the programme leader and responsible for ensuring that we reach our objectives and reporting to our donors (UK-Aid through THET). 

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    16 February, 2016

    I’ve now been back in Uganda for over a week and the team is growing.  Eleanor, the RCM’s Global Projects Officer, arrived on Thursday and tomorrow we will welcome Dr. Lucie Byrne-Davis and Dr. Jo Hart from Manchester University’s ‘Change ExchangeProject’ who are working alongside our...

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    16 February, 2016

    Checking in for my flight at 4am - British Airways no longer fly direct to Kampala so this time I flew with Brussels.  Good leg room and a spacious seat, strange food and lots of turbulence.  Overall impression: OK but please make the skies smooth, I don'...

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    16 February, 2016

    There is a Ugandan Proverb that says: 'If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together'.  We've had to constantly remind ourselves of this during the past week at our MOMENTUM project workshop where the Royal College of Midwives' UK consultants came together with...

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