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...

Thank you

Huge thanks to those generous folks who helped us reach this year’s Big Give Christmas Challenge target of £4000.  Each year, the Big Give selects small charities and runs a fundraising campaign over just 3 days. Online donations are doubled  during that time....
New- the Joe O’Hare Ammalife Bursary

New- the Joe O’Hare Ammalife Bursary

We’re delighted to announce Ammalife’s third Bursary for outstanding Clinical Officers from Malawi. Dr Paul O’Hare’s generous bequest in memory of his father means that Yolam Kameme, an experienced Clinical Officer, will now be able to attend...
Ammalife in Pakistan – now on You Tube

Ammalife in Pakistan – now on You Tube

As many of you will know, Ammalife has been supporting a radical approach to saving mothers’ lives in the mountains of Pakistan – and it has nothing to do with hi-tech medicine. We’ve made sure that mothers can reach expert help when things go wrong...
The Edge of Joy

The Edge of Joy

Diary Alert: 6.00pm on Tuesday 18 November 2014 The Edge of Joy is a documentary film that follows an ensemble cast of Nigerian doctors, midwives and families to the frontlines of maternal care. Inside a maternity ward, the film chronicles distressed labors, deaths,...