Category Archives: Mobile applications

International Council of Midwives Congress

More than 4.000 midwives coming from the world are in Toronto at the ICM congress. Our four Mobile Applications dedicated to Women’s health and maternity are showcased at the stand

And get tremendous attraction : more apps here. Also as well the series of Portraits of Midwives in Bangladesh by Miriam Ackroyd, and in Moldova by Doina Schimpf.
And more exciting is the election as new ICM President of Franka Cadée (on the picture above ) , as we work with her project Twintotwin !
It is the time for our selected projects to meet, interact and plan new projects for the future!

ZMD at the Diplomatic Council Gala Dinner

We are back from the Diplomatic Council yearly Gala Dinner in Frankfurt excited, happy and carrying a nomination for the World Summit on the Information Society Prize for the Zero Mothers Die application and project.

The afternoon before the Gala dinner was dedicated to the DC Executive Club meeting during which global leaders of the Diplomatic Council made interesting lectures and presentations, to exchanged experience, gave new impulses to advance the Diplomatic Council. And, of course, recognised and nominated 5 projects for the World Summit on the Information Society Prize 2017.

The Gala was then ceremoniously opened by Secretary General Hang Nguyen and the founding President Buddhi Athauda followed by a speech of the new DC President H.E. Ambassador Dato‘ Zulkifli Adnan.

Thank you, DC, it was a great evening !

The “Zero Mothers Die” project is exemplary, according to The Guardian

“With the deadline for the millennium development goals (MDGs) looming, how far will technology help reach its targets?” , The Guardian.

Zero Mothers Die has been mentioned in The Guardian very recently. The article is generally discussing the role of technology in reaching the MDGs. An exemplary project in this disscussion, Zero Mothers Die is looking to improve maternal and infant health by providing vital information via mobile phones to remote communities.

Visit the Zero Mothers Die website : www.zeromothersdie.org

Read the full article here.