FLASH SALE | Midwives Make the Difference

This International Women’s Day, honor the talented and hardworking midwives aiding mothers to bring babies into this world.

For too many women, pregnancy and birth can be devastating: over 99% of birthing or pregnancy-related complications occur in under-resourced countries, resulting in over 800 deaths every day.

Midwives can make the difference between a healthy birth and a tragedy. While women in poverty face an especially high risk of dying during labor and birth if things go wrong, a compassionate and knowledgeable midwife can provide the care, comfort, and expertise necessary to enable women to have healthy, positive labors and births.

A Book for Midwives is a comprehensive guide to help midwives and expectant
mothers with information on nutrition, breastfeeding, and pregnancy, labor, and
post-delivery care.

Hesperian’s Where Women Have No Doctor, Health Actions for Women, and
A Health Handbook for Women with Disabilities also provide practical information for midwives and all those who care about women’s health. And what’s best, our materials help women decide about the care they need and what would best improve women’s health in their communities.

In honor of International Women’s Day, Hesperian celebrates midwives and all the women and men working toward Health for All.

Enjoy 20% off all titles until March 11th using coupon code IWD2016 at checkout.

Hesperian is a nonprofit organization committed to providing clear, up-to-date health information to people worldwide. Please help us continue our work by making a donation or by buying directly from us.

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