16 May 2012
By Chelsea Cooper and Holly Blanchard
Bong County, Liberia – During a routine immunization visit for her infant at Phebe Hospital, a mother listened intently as the vaccinator shared information vital to the woman’s health. Mothers who delay pregnancy for at least two years after giving birth are better able to care for themselves and their families, the mother was told.
Interested to know more, the woman was referred that day to family planning services where she met midwife Anna Flomo.
To read the full article—and to learn more about the health facilities in Liberia where MCHIP is working with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare to integrate family planning with routine infant immunization services—click here.