Exploring maternal health and the power, politics and poverty that impacts it around the world.
Najma put her life at risk in the hope of giving birth to a boy after her husband threatened to divorce her.
A look at some women who all nearly lost their lives in childbirth or pregnancy.
A window of information on infant and maternal mortality.
More children are having children in the US than in any other developed nation in the world.
Elena Sagmayao wishes there could be funds available for poor families to receive emergency medical care.
A midwife and a ‘doula’ describe their roles during pregnancy and the difficulties of homebirths in Hungary.
Villayat had to fight hard to get medical treatment after she fled from the Swat Valley, heavily pregnant and bleeding.
The Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital in Ethiopia treats 1,300 women a year – we hear some of their stories.
Join our discussion and tell us what the greatest concern surrounding childbirth is in your country.
A pioneering midwife takes on Hungary’s male-dominated medical profession in a bid to change approaches to childbirth.