Mapping “Care Pathways”

Mapping “Care Pathways”

Joint health system-community sessions to support women’s deliveries This month, project coordinators Ruta Massunguine and ArgentinaMunguambe (responsible for education in the community and the health system, respectively) have been busy carrying out sessions in each...
Enhancing COVID-19 testing in Mozambique

Enhancing COVID-19 testing in Mozambique

Report from Jessie Forsyth – Director, Mozambique Canada Maternal Health Project Biosafety Cabinet for COVID 19 Testing The Mozambique-Canada Maternal Health Project is proud to announce that the first COVID-19 testing site in Inhambane province has been set up...
April 7 is Mozambican Women’s Day!

April 7 is Mozambican Women’s Day!

April 7 is Mozambican Women’s Day! Our project joins in celebrating Mozambican women on this important day. Women’s equality is key to women’s maternal and sexual health, and key to a better society for all. This short video captures the strength and vibrancy of...
Researchers Under the Scope

Researchers Under the Scope

Wa sati wa nhenha: Women strengthening healt‪h In Mozambique, the Xitswa phrase, “wa sati wa nhenha” means “strong women” or “women’s strength”. This month, our project was selected for a special U of S podcast episode. Jessie...
Celebrating International Women’s Day!

Celebrating International Women’s Day!

2021/03/08 Message from Jessie Forsyth, Project Director, Mozambique On this International Women’s Day, the Mozambique-Canada Maternal Health Project wishes to acknowledge the incredible strength and courage of all the women who are facing the challenges of COVID-19...
Progress and Prospects during a Pandemic

Progress and Prospects during a Pandemic

Presentation to PAW Conference 2021 The Mozambique Canada Maternal Project had an excellent opportunity in early February to present our work at the People Around the World (PAW) 2021 conference, hosted by the University of Saskatchewan. On Feb. 2-3, PAW gathered many...