Mother and Child Health

Premature baby Salam from Syria

Noise in the hallways, babies crying, low voices, dozens of small patients or adult women awaiting examination. But there is a tense silence in the room where several babies are battling for life in incubators. Newborns are battling common jaundice or other diseases, but many have been struggling for life since birth, and Al Ekha Hospital is where they will stay now how a while. Like for little Salam.

We’re helping unseen women to survive

The right to live is the most important and fundamental right of any woman. In crises around the world, women are among the most vulnerable to violence and its the most common victims.

We help babies survive their critical first month

For mothers and children living in remote and hard to reach areas the most critical part of their lives is the time of delivery and the first month of the newborn child. Provision of mother and child healthcare is one of MAGNA main activities.

South Sudan: MAGNA opened a new maternity ward, mothers have a chance to safely deliver healthy babies

Despite the conflict escallation and difficult situation in South Sudan MAGNA has opened new maternity ward in Terekeka county.

Nepal: New life in the village of Bhimtar

On Thursday MAGNA nurse helped to bring a baby girl into the world in a temporary constructed maternity hospital. The baby girl now has a name- Manisha, after our medical nurse who assisted her delivery.

We can only reach future mothers, such as Gloria, with the help of mobile clinics

"Distances here in Congo are huge, and the journey to the nearest hospital can take several days for a mother and her child", Martin Bandžák, describing the current situation.

DR Congo: MAGNA helps the newborns with low birth weight to survive

Premature babies with low birth weight have in DR Congo little chance to survive. MAGNA assists in safe baby delivery and motivates mothers to breast feeding.

Maria, giving birth for the first time, managed a complicated childbirth. Thanks to MAGNA community health workers.

The third highest mortality rate of mother and child in Africa has DR Congo. We help mothers and their children to come to light safely and to get adequate medical care.

Premature baby Salam from Syria

Noise in the hallways, babies crying, low voices, dozens of small patients or adult women awaiting examination. But there is a tense silence in the room where several babies are battling for life in incubators. Newborns are battling common jaundice or other diseases, but many have been struggling for life since birth, and Al Ekha Hospital is where they will stay now how a while. Like for little Salam.

We’re helping unseen women to survive

The right to live is the most important and fundamental right of any woman. In crises around the world, women are among the most vulnerable to violence and its the most common victims.

We help babies survive their critical first month

For mothers and children living in remote and hard to reach areas the most critical part of their lives is the time of delivery and the first month of the newborn child. Provision of mother and child healthcare is one of MAGNA main activities.

We can only reach future mothers, such as Gloria, with the help of mobile clinics

"Distances here in Congo are huge, and the journey to the nearest hospital can take several days for a mother and her child", Martin Bandžák, describing the current situation.

DR Congo: MAGNA helps the newborns with low birth weight to survive

Premature babies with low birth weight have in DR Congo little chance to survive. MAGNA assists in safe baby delivery and motivates mothers to breast feeding.

South Sudan: MAGNA opened a new maternity ward, mothers have a chance to safely deliver healthy babies

Despite the conflict escallation and difficult situation in South Sudan MAGNA has opened new maternity ward in Terekeka county.

Maria, giving birth for the first time, managed a complicated childbirth. Thanks to MAGNA community health workers.

The third highest mortality rate of mother and child in Africa has DR Congo. We help mothers and their children to come to light safely and to get adequate medical care.

Nepal: New life in the village of Bhimtar

On Thursday MAGNA nurse helped to bring a baby girl into the world in a temporary constructed maternity hospital. The baby girl now has a name- Manisha, after our medical nurse who assisted her delivery.

Every year your donations cover thousands of treatments and vaccinations.

How are your donations used?
97%
medical projects

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