Recently SAJIDA Foundation, in collaboration with Canadian health professionals Team Broken Earth, organised a three-day hands-on training programme on the best practices of High Risk Labour and Delivery Management with an inauguration ceremony chaired by National Prof Dr Shahla Khatun and inaugurated by the Director General Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfares, Md Abul Kalam Azad.
Ms Zahida Fizza Kabir, Executive Director of SAJIDA Foundation, addressed the audience with a welcome speech. She said, “Bangladesh is gradually moving into digitising the health systems as technology is addressing the enormity of the need.”
The three-day comprehensive training designed to ensure the learnings be applied to combat the maternal and neonatal mortality and morbidity in Bangladesh, is based on the high burdens of maternal and new-born mortality during intra and postpartum periods in Bangladesh.
It works as a highly relevant initiative in the improvement of care in this field for health practitioners like physicians, nurses and midwives alike. The course was aimed to provide an understanding of the latest best practices to help health practitioners in providing better care for women during labour, their foetuses, as well as new-borns and their families.