3-day workshop with Joyce Thompson at ICM headquarters on Global Standards for Midwifery Education sharing best practices and ways of improvement.
At Women Deliver UNFPA announced on Wednesday that a second State of the World's Midwifery report is planned
Updated 30.May: WOMEN Deliver was attended by participants from 150 countries worldwide. ICM reports from the conference.
Second Global Midwifery Symposium in Kuala Lumpur titled "Strengthening Quality Midwifery Care: Making Strides, Addressing Challenges".
Helping Mothers Survive: An innovation in training, which promotes a high dose of low frequency simulation on the frontline
What is the role of midwives in society? Why is their role important? Such questions ICM discussed during the interview for the French unit of the UN Radio.
Two of ICM's Technical Midwife Adviser attended the Network Birthcare Northwest Netherlands meeting on Tuesday 14th of May.
Updated on 24th May: Story-telling, conferences, gatherings, panel discussions. The International Day of the Midwife was celebrated with many events.
ICM is participated in technical meetings on preterm birth and research priorities for maternal and perinatal health.
Yesterday was the second day of the LAC Conference and the total of registrants increased to over 1200.
Yesterday the initiation workshop for ICM/UNFPA – Young Midwifery Leaders Programme for Latin America and the Caribbean was conducted.
Biggest International Representation Expected at Prague Congress 2014
Dr. Jemima Dennis-Antwi (left), ICM regional Midwife Adviser was sworn in by the Minister of Health as the first ever Executive Council of the Ghana College of…
Today WHO and UNICEF launched a plan to fight pneumonia and diarrhoea in children under five years, aiming to end preventable deaths by 2025.
On the 4th and 5th March a meeting was held in Auckland, New Zealand, focusing on Midwifery in the Pacific Islands.
The Sanofi Espoir Foundation in partnership with ICM is launching a call for projects focused on fighting maternal and neonatal mortality in developing countries.
There are 1,000 days to accelerate action on issues such as hunger, access to education, improved sanitation, maternal health and gender equality.
Please join the ICM Board and staff in welcoming Judi who is looking forward to working with you all.