By Joy Kemp and Tara Shoham on 08 July 2019
The RCM has been working in a twinning partnership with the Bangladesh Midwifery Society (BMS) since July 2017. The primary purpose of the twinning project is to develop BMS’ organisational capacity, so that they can better represent midwives ...
By Joy Kemp on 05 June 2019
Women Deliver is the world’s largest conference on gender equality and the health, rights and wellbeing of girls and women. Occurring every three years, the theme of #WD2019 is ‘Power, Progress and Change’ or, put differently, power, and how ...
By Nafiza Anwar on 22 May 2019
After finding out that the RCM were involved with a Twinning project in Bangladesh it really ignited my desire to be able to support and give something back to my ethnic origins. After expressing my interest to the RCM I was recruited as a volunteer ...
By Gill Walton on 10 December 2018
This is my last day in Uganda, my first visit to Africa. My head is filled with thoughts and reflections -in a jumbled noisy way just like the street markets and the Kampala traffic!
By Joy Kemp on 13 September 2018
I'm back in Dhaka (Bangladesh), five weeks after my last visit in July, to help facilitate the first ever online election of executive officers for the Bangladesh Midwifery Society which is twinned with the Royal College of Midwives.
By Carmel Moran on 06 April 2018
Through our global midwifery projects we have been lucky enough to meet many dedicated and inspirational midwives across Nepal, Cambodia, Uganda, Malawi and Bangladesh, and representing them today we want to introduce Sangita.