Portraits of dutch midwives, portraits of moroccan midwives, posters and reports of their mutual projects are the focus of the Dutch-Moroccan exhibition dedicated to the completion of a twinning midwifery project based on an innovative and sustainable twin2twin method for empowering midwives and conducted by Franka Cadée, t2t programme developer and researcher for the Royal Dutch Organisation of Midwives (KNOV). More about this project on the WeObservatory’s website.
The opening of the traveling exhibition took place in Den Haag, Netherlands this past November. The WeObservatory was honoured to have been invited to the opening of the exhibition as the partner who is currently developing the mobile application for the twin2twin method. We were able to talk more with the midwives, or twins as they are call themselves, and hear more about the diverse experiences and projects carried in the last couple of years. Certificates were given out, speeches and words of gratitude were addressed to the curators and supporters of the program. And, of course, the work was represented by splendid pictures and posters.
Other destinations include Rabat (took place in December 2016) and Toronto during the International Council of Midwives Congress in June.
We sat down to talk with some midwives – interview to be published shortly – and we brought back some pictures of the event to share: