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Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the End of Programme Dissemination event in Zambia on 8th September 2016. MORE MAMaZ used non-motorised Intermediate Modes of Transport (IMTs) to improve rural communities’ physical access to health facilities. Over a hundred bicycles and 18 ox carts were built during MORE MAMaZ. Working closely with District Health Management... Read more
Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the End of Programme Dissemination event in Zambia on 8th September 2016. MORE MAMaZ aimed to improve Access to Maternal and Newborn Care, interventions included; Community Systems  Community Monitoring Community Mobilisation Mentoring and Coaching Support Volunteer training content was based on issues and challenges defined by the community. All... Read more
Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the End of Programme Dissemination event in Zambia on 8th September 2016. Gender- based violence is a serious health problem with a wide ranging and damaging mental and physical, social and economic impacts. Some strategies the programme implemented were:  Safe pregnancy and delivery and used it as non-confrontational... Read more
Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the  review of training event in Zambia on 18th February 2016. MORE MAMaZ shared their experience of training front-line health providers in social inclusion and communication skills. Funded by Comic Relief, this two and a half year programme, is scaling up an initiative developed and tested by the DFID-funded MAMaZ... Read more
Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Presented at the End of Programme Dissemination event in Zambia on 8th September 2016. This presentation shares two complementary strategies used by the MORE MAMaZ programme to reach the hard to reach groups. A focus on local communities Training in communication and social factors for frontline health providers. Social inclusion... Read more
Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

Miniratu Soyoola’s presentation, Scaling up the National Safe Motherhood Action Group (SMAG) Initiative in Zambia, evaluated how the MAMaZ and MORE MAMaZ programmes had supported the Zambian government’s initiative to make motherhood safer. The MAMaZ programme, or Moblilising Access to Maternal Health Services, Zambia, tested ways to increase the effectiveness... Read more
Document Type: Presentations
Publication Date: 2016

MORE MAMaZ is empowering rural communities in Zambia to address the many household and community level barriers that prevent timely access to and uptake of maternal health services. Early results from our five principal intervention districts (Chama, Mkushi, Serenje, Chitambo and Mongu) covering the first 15 months of implementation, are... Read more