Centre for Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive, and Child Health

All posts tagged women’s health

Ten years on: Content, Cadres and Costs for Community Based Maternal Newborn Care

Blog 2

By Ninha Silva, MARCH Centre Blog Editor (MSc Public Health Candidate)

On the 3rd of October, the MARCH centre celebrated the culmination of ten years of an intervention programme on Community Based Maternal and Newborn Care (CBMNC). The occasion was marked with the launch of a series of eight papers…

Read more

International Day of the Midwife

Compressed

By Ninha Silva, MARCH Centre Blog Editor (MSc Public Health Candidate)
To celebrate this year’s International Day of the Midwife, we wanted to hear the voices of the profession, so we spoke with two midwives, currently MSc students at LSHTM.
Maria Garcia de Frutos moved from Spain to UK…

Read more

Climate change: Looking beyond the environmental impact

gender_energy_cc

By Victoria Ponce, MARCH centre blog volunteer (MSc Public Health candidate)

We have all heard of climate change and its effects on the environment. But what do you really know about the health effects of climate change? How does climate change become not just an environmental issue, but a social…

Read more

Interview: Kathryn Church on the reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy and its impact on organisations like Marie Stopes International

The mexico city signed compressed 1

By Marisol Escudero Martínez, MARCH centre blog volunteer (MSc Health Policy, Planning and Financing candidate)

Dr Kathryn Church is an Assistant Professor in Sexual and Reproductive Health at LSHTM and is seconded as Senior Scientific Advisor within the Research Monitoring and Evaluation Team at Marie Stopes International (MSI). This…

Read more

Women’s March: marching against a step back in humanity

Gag rule compressed

By Ninha Silva, MARCH Centre Blog Editor (MSc Public Health Candidate)
As I was on my way to the Women’s March on London with my sister, I could feel the thrum of anticipation in the air.
The always crowded Oxford Street had been filled with chanting slogans, banners and…

Read more