Keep Mothers Alive Kick-start Campaign Announcement
By: Keep Mothers Alive Foundation
According to the president of Keep Mothers Alive, a Harvard Alumnus, Diagaunet Dodie, MD, who is also MPH Founder and CEO, the pilot project to save at least one more expectant mother in Africa will officially kick-off in September 2015, if the support needed is received. While finalizing details of the location of the pilot project, Dr. Diagaunet Dodie stated “We have chosen Duekoue on the Ivory Coast for our pilot project. Duekoue is a small town of about 72,000 people in the Western part of the Ivory Coast in West Africa. Our project aims at alleviating the suffering of the women in this community.”
“I lost a dear cousin and her twins to preventable maternal death. Keep Mothers Alive is to give families the chance to happiness and the joy of having one more life full of potentials added to them.” Stated, Dr. Diagaunet Diode, the KMA Founder, and CEO.
Being a well-structured organization that can make a whole world of difference in the African economy and in the lives of expecting African Mothers, with the appropriate resources and support, the Keep Mothers Alive foundation will be flagging off its DESPAIR TO HOPE campaign with the primary aim of saving an African mother’s life through a PIIPE approach:
· Provide medical supplies and equipment.
· Improve the quality of data.
· Increase antenatal care, skilled birth attendance and postpartum visits.
· Provide additional training for health workers.
· Empower women.
Founded in 2015, Keep Mothers Alive was born from the pain of losing a close cousin to eclampsia and driven by the passion of ending every birthing experience in joy. The organization’
Diagaunet Dodie, MD, MPH
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