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About Save The Mothers (STM)

The Save the Mothers (STM) Program offers a Master of Public Health Leadership (MPHL) to working professionals from a wide range of disciplines and not only the health discipline. Save the mothers East Africa hosts the MPHL at Uganda Christian University (UCU), Mukono.

The MPHL started at UCU in 2005 with the aim of training multi-disciplinary professionals and contribute to improve maternal and child health in developing countries.

At Save the Mothers we believe that a multi-disciplinary approach is needed to save some of the 342,000 mothers and four million children who die in the developing world annually due to unsafe childbirth.
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Of all pregnancies anywhere, 15 percent will have a potentially fatal complication. In the developing world, having a baby will be the riskiest thing a woman will do. Yet in most cases, mothers there deliver without any skilled attendant.
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News and Updates

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New appointments

Dr Miriam Mutabazi (STM EA Executive Director): Dean of the Faculty of Public Health, Nursing and Midwifery (formerly Faculty of Health Sciences), at Uganda Christian University (UCU). Dr Edward Mukooza,...

Postnatal care for you

Save the Mothers has started a new Post-natal project with support from Stronger Together, Canada.

STM alumni support COVID-19 interventions

Save the Mothers (STM) donated Personal Protective Equipment(PPE) to Nakaseke district hospital and Mukono General Hospital in response to COVID-19 pandemic recently.

Meet Sr Agirie Lubega – STM alumnus

STM conducts follow-up to meet the alumnus in their various workplaces.

Edwige Namwanga, a midwife with big vision - Using data to advocate for improved MCH services

Edwige is a midwife. She enrolled on the MPHL program in 2016. In 2017, Edwige was given a new assignment to lead Kyetume Health Centre III in Lwengo district, central...

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