The Midwifery Services Framework (MSF) for Developing Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal and Newborn Health (SRMNH) Services by Midwives is a tool developed by International Confederation of Midwives (ICM) and partners to support the development and strengthening of midwifery services across all countries focusing on a quality midwifery workforce.
The ICM supports a midwifery strengthening approach using the MSF: The framework provides health system developers and planners, maternal and newborn health experts, policy makers and other stakeholders such as midwives, educators, regulators and professional associations with an evidence-based tool from which to develop new or strengthen existing effective and efficient midwifery services. The MSF supports the implementation of the midwife-led model of care, which has proven to be an effective and desirable model of care provision for women and their families.
Download the MSF guidelines for developing SRMNAH services by midwives here
Watch MSF Journey Film here