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Enhancing Human Resources and use of Appropriate Technologies for Maternal and Perinatal Survival in Sub-Saharan Africa

This project aims to develop the education and training for Non-Physician Clinicians (NPCs) who work with mothers and babies in rural and urban areas of Africa.

With few doctors available, these clinicians are a vital source of healthcare provision yet receive little recognition for their work.

ETATMBA brings together African, European and global partners to develop both the clinical skills and leadership qualities of the NPCs working in Tanzania and Malawi.

    About ETATMBA

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    Training programmes currently run in two countries:


    Two related but separate studies are underway in Malawi and Tanzania

    Guidelines and Reports

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    A range of resources and information are available for those working on the project, including meeting minutes and agendas.