September 28, 2020

 With support from DKT international, UPMA midwives received updates in modern family planning, focusing on long term methods like IUDs and Implants. They also trained midwives in managing  post abortion care cases.

August 6, 2020

Through MAPD , UPMA midwives' capacity was strengthened through training in integrated malaria management, provision of EC materials and also ability to report their facility data to the districts. The midwives can now test, treat and manage other malaria complications...

August 3, 2020

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March 10, 2020

UPMA members receive capacity development through different initiatives like training's. This time round UPMA has embarked on engaging its members in online training's in order to improve on their computer skills as well as the use of technology. The e learning trainin...

November 8, 2019

The SONAM project is implemented by Agakhan Foundation and Agakhan University.  It is supporting midwives and nurses professional associations in East Africa including UPMA to enhance capacities of members in the associations in leadership skills in order to provide st...

September 3, 2019

The UPMA, as a subcontractor to the USAID’S Malaria Action Program for Districts (MAPD) is scheduled to conduct capacity building through malaria services standards implementation, supervision and training to ensure that professional standards are met, and sustained in...

August 21, 2019

This year’s health camp was held at UPMA secretariat in Mengo. This was done with support from KCCA and Mengo hospital where over 130 patients were served on that day with services including malaria testing and treatment, cervical cancer screening, family planning, Non...

August 21, 2019

With support from the USAID SITES through the  Gretta Foundation & UHF,40 UPMA midwives were trained in eHMIS data recording and reporting. This pilot program is designed to strengthen their business practices and enable them to engage in electronic reporting of health...

August 7, 2019

Happy breast feeding week from Private Midwives. UPMA calls up on employers to create breast feeding corners for nursing mothers at workplaces to embrace exclusive breast feeding for infants.

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