See this online text:
- Adopting Healthy Maternal and Child Survival Practices in Rural Ghana: Eight CRS Maternal and Child Health Innovations, by Debbie DeVoe for CRS Ghana with contribution by Mohammed Ali (Accra, Ghana: Catholic Relief Services, 2016). EPPICS Implementation Guide 2016. Produced with the assistance of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Available in pdf format at the Ghana Health Service.
See also the following related materials:
- “Improving Maternal Health in Kenya: Challenges and Strategies for Low Resource Nations”, by Dr. Jean Kagia, Linacre Quarterly, vol. 80, no. 2 (May 2013): 161–166. The paper may be read online, and is available in PubReader, epub, and pdf formats, at the National Center for Biotechnology Information. Dr. Kagia’s presentation of her paper at the International Symposium on Maternal Health, Dublin, Ireland on 8 September 2012 may be viewed on this page of the Youtube channel of the International Symposium on Maternal Health.
- “The Role of Faith-Based Organizations in Maternal and Newborn Health Care in Africa”, by Mariana Widmera, Ana P. Betrana, Mario Merialdia, Jennifer Requejob, and Ted Karpf, International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics, vol. 114, issue 3 (September 2011): pp. 218–222. Available in pdf format at the Joint Learning Initiative on Faith & Local Communities.
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“As experienced practitioners and researchers in obstetrics and gynaecology… We uphold that there is a fundamental difference between abortion, and necessary medical treatments that are carried out to save the life of the mother, even if such treatment results in the loss of life of her unborn child.” (Dublin Declaration on Maternal Healthcare)