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Midwifery education in Bangladesh has greatly improved women’s access to safe childbirth, studies show

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Two studies share findings of two studies on midwifery in Bangladesh. In 2021, the midwives, deployed in 403 Upazila Health Complexes (UzHCs), conducted 87 per cent of the total deliveries at those UzHCs. In 2018, the percentage was only 24. The studies also found that the existing midwIfery education in Bangladesh is effective and contributing to sharpen the social and counselling skills.
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Midwifery education in Bangladesh has greatly improved women’s access to safe childbirth, studies show

In association with the British High Commission in Bangladesh, the Directorate General of Nursing and Midwifery (DGNM) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) organised a dissemination seminar on Wednesday 1 June 2022, at the auditorium of DGNM in Dhaka, to share findings of two studies on midwifery in Bangladesh.

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Evidence shows midwifery education in Bangladesh is making real impact by improving women’s access to safe childbirth

Studies show that over last three years Bangladeshi women chose trained midwives for safe childbirth.

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