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Helping Save Lives Through Innovative Partnerships

The National League for Nursing and Laerdal Global Health share a common goal: enhancing health care to save lives. Our unique partnership has powered the development of innovative, evidence-based solutions that support active learning and empower students to think like nurses as they prepare to meet the challenges of nursing in today’s complex healthcare environments.

To foster our joint mission of improving education for healthcare providers around the globe, Laerdal is pleased to offer our Buy One, Gift One program. Through this initiative, the MamaNatalie and MamaBirthie simulators will be used to train many thousands of birth attendants in low resource countries.

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For each birthing simulator purchased through Laerdal Medical for use in high-income countries, a second one is donated to support the Helping Mothers Survive initiative in low-income countries. The gifted simulators are used for implementing the Helping Mothers Survive Program in more than 40 countries.

Learn more about how the donated units are used at:
www.laerdalglobalhealth.com

For more information on the programs and products see also:
www.helpingmotherssurvive.org

Every year, 300,000 women die during pregnancy and childbirth. Almost 3 million babies die during or soon after birth. Nearly all of these deaths occur in developing countries.  Most of these deaths could be prevented if birth attendants around the world had the necessary skills and competencies to manage life-threatening complications around the time of birth.*

We believe you can help. Let your training make a difference.

Together, we have an opportunity to ensure that women and newborns worldwide receive high-quality care by equipping health professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.  To request more information on our life-saving products or how your training program can take part in the Buy One, Gift One program complete the form below.  

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* World Health Organization (WHO) Maternal Mortality, Nov 2016