Above: Midwife Josepheine Seebo at Clara Town Government Clinic in Monrovia, Liberia. (Kate Holt/Jhpiego)

Real life super women: Transforming maternal & newborn health in Liberia

Posted March 8, 2017

This International Women’s Day, find out how Liberian women are improving health in undeveloped Grand Bassa County with MCSP and USAID support. To improve maternal and newborn health care services in rural areas, more women in Liberia are stepping up to receive training as skilled and traditional birth attendants, and community health volunteers.

Learn more in this compelling photo essay from USAID.

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