Three more videos in our Childbirth Series are now available: Initial Assessment of a Woman in Labor, Preventing Infection at Birth, and Immediate Care After Birth. The videos are being voiced over in French and Spanish. The remaining videos in this series are now in edit. We are grateful to The Price Family Foundation for supporting these important films that are designed to improve the quality of care during childbirth and protect the lives of birthing women.
Initial Assessment in Labor
Preventing Infection at Birth
Immediate Care After Birth
Early recognition of danger signs saves lives
On June 30th, over 800 global health professionals gathered in Johannesburg to launch the Every Newborn Action Plan. Led by WHO and UNICEF, this initiative strives to reduce newborn mortality and end preventable deaths by bringing “together everyone who has a part to play” in addressing this crisis.
Global Health Media Project is proud to support and play a role in this initiative. We are deeply committed to producing videos on newborn and maternal care so that frontline health workers have basic health care information known to save lives. Our teaching videos are used in virtually every country in the world, have been watched online more than 420,000 times, and downloaded 20,000 times by trainers worldwide.
Todd Shapera, 2000, Photoshare
Our first 10 videos on newborn care are now available in Nepali. We’d like to thank Dick Katzman, MD, family physician in central Vermont for providing the funding for these narrations. Dick has deep ties to Nepal—he is a board member of America Nepal Medical Foundation and has, for many years, volunteered to provide training and medical care in remote regions of Nepal.
Save the Children-Nepal has agreed to fund the Nepali narration of our next 20 videos on newborn care and childbirth. Our filmmaker Bishnu Kalpit and his team in Kathmandu are handling the translation and voice-over for all 30 videos. We are very grateful for this language support which will help to facilitate the use of these videos among health workers in Nepal.