Maternal Month

Every month, Maternal Matters features an organisation working towards improving the lives of mothers and their babies, and catching a glimpse of the inspiring woman behind it all.


Ros_Davies copySeptember 2014

Maternal Matters interviews Ros Davies, Mum and CEO of maternal and newborn health charity, Women & Children First.  Ros gives an insight into her work, what inspires her, and how she juggles work and motherhood.  More here


October 2014

nat and alfredMaternal Matters interviews Natalie Bond, Mum and Co-Founder of Nathalie Bond Organics.  Natalie tells us what inspired her to add a philanthropic element to her business, helping to improve the lives of mothers and their babies around the world.  More here


May 2015

12198090302006169125female silhouette.svg.medAfter a rather long Maternal Month break, Maternal Matters interviews Fahima Nazri, Head of Midwifery at an international hospital in Afghanistan.  Ms Nazri gives us an insight into her work and midwifery in Afghanistan.  More here


June 2015

View More: Matters features British midwife and global citizen, Lina Duncan, who set up Mumbai Midwife – Justlink Health Services India Pvt Ltd, a private midwifery practice, in India.  More here



May 2016

viv-9Maternal Matters interviews Viv Gray, formally a doula and now a trustee of Birth Companions, and organisation providing support to pregnant women and new mothers in prison.  Viv is also an independent midwife at Maya Midwives.  More here



June 2016

Aliya Fazil (1)This month, Maternal Matters interviews Aliya Fazil, Mum and Project Manager of the Bradford Volunteer Doula Project, a project which not only makes a difference provides important support to Bradford mums but also trains local women to become Doulas.  More here


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