As I have traveled and learned about African and Asian cultures, I discovered and am very concerned about all the woman who are dying because of childbirth complications. It's growing in numbers and needs to be addressed! I am determined to reach village women-- to help save them and the children from death.

Many women die from childbirth in both Africa & Asia, due to lack of medical facilities and attention they need in the time of their crisis. Most of these deaths could be prevented by medical education programs provided for the village women that would educate them on medical care, watching for warning signs and knowing how to handle the situation if it arises, getting medical attention during pregnancy in all women, and opening small clinics in villages, developing programs to present to leaders regarding insurance plans, or free medical care for all people in their country.  

Women need to be taught simple classes on how to take better care of themselves during pregnancy and to use the safest method in preparing and providing the safest birthing possible for her and her baby to be born. Plans that will guide her through the nine months, to receive medical care and to be checked before the baby is born so that the position of the baby can be known, which helps to plan a safe and healthy birth. This would prevent deaths of neglected action in the part of the pregnant woman. This would help her know, and to to listen to medical doctors-- following medical instructions so that she sHould not run into grave problems.

With proper medical teams in villages, regular medical exams to ensure baby's health is stable, access to doctors, nurses, midwives, and medicines, proper care can be reached to help these women from medical disasters, and would help to bring birth with less threat to complications.

 Matthew 15: 21-28

Then Jesus went thence, and departed into the coasts of Tyre and Sidon. And, behold, a woman of Canaan came out of the same coasts, and cried unto him, saying, Have mercy on me, O Lord, thou Son of David; my daughter is grievously vexed with a devil. But he answered her not a word. And his disciples came and besought him, saying, Send her away; for she crieth after us. But he answered and said, I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel. Then came she and

worshipped him, saying, Lord, help me. But he answered and said, It is not meet to take the children's bread, and to cast it to dogs. And she said, Truth, Lord: yet the dogs eat of the crumbs which fall from their masters' table. Then Jesus answered and said unto her, O woman, great is thy faith: be it unto thee even as thou wilt. And her daughter was made whole from that very hour.

Programs need to be put together by their own people who are trained medical staff and devoted to bringing this problem under control. This would help the village people to be more aware, to participate in classes where people can instruct them, and doctors, nurses and midwives, who volunteer can go and teach local village doctors many procedures.

One idea I had that would work so well in this process, would be to take college students who are studying medical classes, who are willing to volunteer their externship to work in village clinics and hospitals. This would not only give them experience in treating patients with medical care, this would also give free care to the people in the village. By volunteering time in studies, this cuts the cost of burden on the clinic doctors.  Student volunteers could be rewarded by a meal, and place to stay, and learn at the same time.

Doctor and Nurse volunteers are urgently needed in all African countries in clinics, and village hospitals to train them, so they can carry on this work, and learn modern ways to help in the medical clinics. It's very vital that we all get involved as we can and are able. Then, after the training is done, the African and Asian people can carry on this work to help in these medical needs themselves.

 Villages are most venerable and forgotten. They need to be reached and programs started to make a difference! They desperately need improvement and updated medical needs with supplies, equipments for their clinics and hospitals. No, this job can not be done alone. It takes volunteer doctors, nurses,

midwives, and companies who can donate medicines, supplies, equipment, and teach them how to use the equipment properly and how to calibrate them.. If we all do our part to help, we can make a real difference and save lives. Want to help?



I have worked as a liaison with those who supply free medical supplies verses many clinics in Africa and Asia who are in need of those supplies. They are vital in helping to fulfill the needs of clinics to treat the people.

Many organizations give free medical equipment with the agreement that the clinics and hospitals pay the shipping cost.


Nearly 600,000 women die from complications from pregnancy and childbirth--the equivalent of four jumbo jets full. (Women ages 15-49 in developing countries). Some survive, and from long-term illnesses from childbirth complications.

Maternal health care is intervention needed for these women. Of all the health statistics, monitored by World Health Organization, maternal mortality is affected greatly in developing countries.

We must act now, to save the children of our future and the women of Africa, and Asia
(mothers, aunties and wives from preventable death).

Abortions alone kill more than 75,000 women annually. Because of many women who can't financially handle another child they choose abortion. And many women die from the procedure to have them.

Planned parenthood, birth control are ways women can prevent deaths and abortion. Family planning provides education, counseling, and treatment and helps stop the spread of disease. It also can help women to control the unwanted pregnancies.

Many women die because there is not adequate and safe medical faculties. Much needs to be done to help Africa and Asia in prevention of losing women and children. 1 Timothy 2:15 "Notwithstanding she shall be saved in childbearing, if they continue in faith and charity and holiness with sobriety."


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