Sepsis – how can we save mothers & babies?

Sepsis – how can we save mothers & babies?

The World Health Organisation defines maternal sepsis as follows: “Maternal sepsis is a life-threatening condition defined as organ dysfunction resulting from infection during pregnancy, child-birth, post-abortion, or post-partum period”. Dr David Lissauer, leading...
Celebrate with us!

Celebrate with us!

Ammalife was born 10 years ago and in May 2007 became a UK Registered Charity dedicated to saving mothers’ lives in some of the poorest parts of the world. 10 years on, things are getting better but there is much yet to done. Thanks to our loyal and generous...
Mother’s Day – #loveanothermother

Mother’s Day – #loveanothermother

Show your love on Mother’s Day and share your care for another mother with this lovely idea dreamt up by Ammalife’s student supporters. It’s so simple and we know your mum will glow with pride when she sees what you’re doing. How’s it...
Translating Research into Practice

Translating Research into Practice

Amie Wilson PhD was Ammalife’s first researcher and the work she did continues to have impact and influence policy. Now her work on Emergency Transport has been quoted in the Translating Research into Practice Series published by Harvard University’s...
What’s the link – QECH, samosas, and sheets?

What’s the link – QECH, samosas, and sheets?

The wonderful people who work at Birmingham Women’s Hospital are the link! Today, they raised £272 to help midwives at the Chatinka Maternity Unit (Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Malawi) refurbish part of the Labour Ward. That’s enough to buy sheets for...