ENGENDERING RURAL MATERNAL HEALTH DURING COVID-19: A NOTE FROM ABIYEAFRICA TO MOTHERS

April 2020

As the novel outbreak (COVID-19) is ravaging the global community, AbiyeAfrica is not relenting on her oars to mobilizing resources and strengthening maternal capacities.

We appreciate the varying individual, local, national and international responses to containing the pandemic. Of prominence, it is imperative to gear concerted efforts to pregnant women, infants and new mothers; a larger vulnerable group to ensure a more safer and healthier motherhood. At AbiyeAfrica, for rural and disadvantaged mothers, we are committed to championing this cause.

Project Shogunro – AbiyeAfrica

Amid global commitment to defeat the pervasive effects of COVID-19 pandemic, AbiyeAfrica is touching numerous lives of pregnant women, new borns and mothers through educative awareness and provision of maternal welfare services in this trying moment.

Many thanks to everyone championing this course of humanity in this challenging time.

Together, we shall triumph!

Thank you.

Tolulope Fadeyi

Founder, AbiyeAfrica | Research Associate | Doctoral Candidate | African History Department of History | University of Basel tolulopee.fadeyi@unibas.ch

2 Comments
  • Oluwaseun James
    Posted at 15:00h, 27 April Reply

    In this trying moment, thank you for reaching out to pregnant women.

  • Ikenna
    Posted at 11:18h, 30 April Reply

    Amazing!

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