Mobilizing Global Midwives: The Story of Baby Elisha

Editor’s note: This article first appeared in Midwifery Today, Issue 82, Summer 2007.Subscribe to Midwifery Today Magazine Every minute of every day, somewhere around the world, a mother dies from pregnancy or birth-related complications. Each minute, 20 children also die from mostly preventable causes. Over 30% of the childhood deaths―approximately four million babies each year―are… Read more…. Mobilizing Global Midwives: The Story of Baby Elisha
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About Author: Kristen Benoit

Kristen Benoit is the Admissions Director for Mercy in Action College of Midwifery and recently helped them gain MEAC accreditation. In almost 20 years as a student and later staff of Mercy in Action, she earned a CPM; midwifery licenses in New Mexico, Vermont and New Hampshire; a Bachelor of Science in Midwifery; and she is beginning a Masters in Intercultural Leadership in the fall. She is married to Matt Benoit and has four children, all born at home with other Mercy in Action graduates in attendance.

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