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  • Re: Challenge to sustain birthing centre in Nepal

     Natasha, Hope you and your kids are well. Thanks for being in touch with Caroline Mellor (her name is not lineline). You can reach to her at line.mellor@gmail.com. She is right now at Pokhara and on the process of extending her visa. You might be interested to watch the video titled "Chaupadi: A Sexist ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 08-09-2011
  • Birth in Nepal: Maternity Care

      Dear All, You might be interested to know the childbirth practices in different parts of the world. So, I'm sharing here with you childbirth practices and custom surrounding births and menstruation especially in the western part of Nepal. Here is link "Birth in Nepal" ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 08-05-2011
  • Birth in Nepal and Chaupadi: A Sexist Custom

    Dear All, You might be interested to know the childbirth practices in different parts of the world. So, I'm sharing here with you childbirth practices and custom surrounding births and menstruation especially in the western part of Nepal. Here is link "Birth in Nepal" ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 08-05-2011
  • Re: Challenge to sustain birthing centre in Nepal

    Yes, that is very true. However, in Nepal we need more birth centre, especially in rural areas to ensure access to maternity services to laboring women as well as to empower and build confident of nurses (since we don't have a separate cadre of midwife in Nepal) to work independently. The video film "Birth in Nepal" illustrates ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 08-05-2011
  • Challenge to sustain birthing centre in Nepal

    Dear Midwive Friends,  My name is Laxmi Tamang from Nepal. I'm one of the founding member of the first and only nurse-midwives led independent birthing centre in Nepal and the Midwifery Society of Nepal, established in 2007 and 2010 respectively. We are struggling to sustain our birthing centre because of the financial ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 06-27-2011
  • Re: Travelling Midwifery

    Dear Midwive Friends, My name is Laxmi Tamang from Nepal. I'm one of the founding member of the first and only nurse-midwives led independent birthing centre in Nepal and the Midwifery Society of Nepal, established in 2007 and 2010 respectively. Actually, we are struggling for the sustainability of our birthing centre because we are not ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 06-26-2011
  • Re: experienced homebirth midwife wanting to volunteer with traditional midwives

     Dear Mela, My name is Laxmi Tamang from Nepal. I'm one of the founding member of the first and only nurse-midwives led independent birthing centre in Nepal and the Midwifery Society of Nepal, established in 2007 and 2010 respectively. Actually, we are struggling for the sustainability of our birthing centre because we are not donor ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 06-26-2011
  • International Award for Outstanding Contribution to Midwifery

     Dear Midwive Friends, Though Nepalese nurses through Midwifery Society of Nepal (www.midson.org) are struggling to bring a separate cadre of Professional Midwife in Nepal as per the manadate of the Ministry of Health and Population's National Policy on Skilled Birth Attendance 2006 it is a great pleasure and pride for us to be presented ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 06-26-2011
  • Re: Free-standing Nurse-midwives led birthing centre in Nepal

     Yes, we do. We love to have them because there is lot for us to learn from professional midwives because in Nepal we don't have professional midwives or registered midwives. Registered Nurses who practice midwifery and/or work in maternity units are usually called nurse-midwives. Our centre is managed by such types of ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 01-22-2010
  • Free-standing Nurse-midwives led birthing centre in Nepal

    Hi, If you are visiting to Nepal you are most welcome to visit our free-standing birthing centre located at Kathmandu, established in July 2007. We provide 24-hours a day, 7-days a week cost-effective quality maternal and child health including reproductive health services to urban poor families in the locality. This centre has been ...
    Posted to International Midwifery (Forum) by Laxmi on 01-12-2010
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