Clinical Research and the Shortage of Midwives in Northeastern Nigerian Primary Health Care Centres

Editor’s note: This article first appeared in Midwifery Today, Issue 132, Winter 2019.Join Midwifery Today Website Membership A major global health challenge is the reduction of maternal and newborn deaths. In Nigeria, women of childbearing age face immeasurable hardship, violence, and the prospect of death. This is a huge challenge, with conflict raging across the… Read more…. Clinical Research and the Shortage of Midwives in Northeastern Nigerian Primary Health Care Centres
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About Author: Anna Ishaku

Anna Ishaku is a midwife from Borno, Northeast Nigeria. She is happily married to Jerryking Y. Balami and is blessed with two beautiful daughters, Jochebed and Joanna.

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