The weather has turned distinctly Autumnal and if you're really organised you might have started thinking about Christmas. We are delighted to be the chosen charity for three of the Christmas card designs from the hugely talented artist Bob Sutcliffe. Around the world, a woman dies every two minutes from pregnancy [...]
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Sales of a key textbook have now raised over £10,000 to fund crucial work that saves the lives of pregnant and postpartum women across the world. Gynaecologic and Obstetric Surgery: Challenges and Management Options was published by Wiley in April 2016. The book is aimed at surgeons and other health professionals involved in surgery, and [...]
Join Our Team! Do you have an interest in International Development and/or Maternal Wellbeing and have experience of providing administrative support to in the third sector, or a similar setting? Then you could be what we are looking for. Ammalife is seeking a proactive, organised and detail-orientated individual to provide administrative support for charity activity. [...]
Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world with a very high maternal mortality rate. The healthcare system faces many challenges which have been put under even greater pressure by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many hospitals lack reliable access to hand washing facilities, are not able to provide hand sanitiser, and can’t afford protective equipment [...]
Mission: life-saving maternal sepsis immediate care kit WHY SEPSIS? Sepsis is a life-threatening condition triggered by infection. 1 in 3 women who develop severe sepsis during pregnancy or childbirth in low-income countries will die. WHY IS THIS HAPPENING? ‘Sepsis 6’ is a care kit made up of 3 investigations and 3 [...]
Mission: Labour ward QECH Bathroom Upgrade What’s the big picture? Sometimes it’s the simple things that save lives – things we take for granted – like running water, a bar of soap and a clean drain. It’s the first defence against infection. What did we do? Just before Christmas 2015, [...]