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ORAMMA is a project funded by the EU to address perinatal healthcare for migrant and refugee women. The project will develop an approach and some tools to help address healthcare problems in Greece, the Netherlands and the UK.
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Oramma4 days ago
The second ORAMMA webinar took place last Friday, we heard from our lead partner in the Netherlands - Maria from Radboud University. The recording of the full webinar can be found here:

https://youtu.be/Fw6pzHrYLf0
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Oramma2 weeks ago
ORAMMA webinar series
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Oramma2 weeks ago
International Day of the Midwife 2018 is fast approaching on the 5th of May.

ICM has a resource pack and various social media tools to help midwives all over the world celebrate.

This year's theme is 'Midwives leading the way with quality care'

https://internationalmidwives.org/events/idotm/nternational-day-of-the-midwife-2018/
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Oramma2 weeks ago
ORAMMA will be hosting the second webinar in the series at 11:30am UK time on the 20th April. We'll be hearing from the lead partner in the Netherlands Maria van den Muijsenberg from Radboud University on the situation for migrant women in the Netherlands and their experience of undertaking the ORAMMA project and pilot. To register for the webinar click below.

Migrant mothers matter too

Safe Journey to motherhood

The ORAMMA project develops an integrated, mother and woman centered, culturally oriented and evidence based approach for all phases of the

Cultural awareness across the borders

Involvement of women from the target population and their training in order to assist and act as advocates for pregnant women during the whole

Working together for a better community

The implementation of the ORAMMA approach refers to communities with migrant and refugee populations. Selected key members

Health care with compassion

The ORAMMA project develops an integrated , mother centered, culturally oriented and evidence based approach for all phases of the migrant and refugee

“This website is part of the project ‘738148/ORAMMA’ which has received funding from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014-2020)”.