Be it resolved that ACWW Member Societies urge their governments to provide a well-trained and resourcedquality maternity health service and to improve maternal health education for all women and girls to ensure thebest outcomes for mother and baby, giving particular regard to the special needs and isolation of rural women
What does ACWW do?
ACWW connects rural and non-rural women and their communities worldwide through a network of Member Societies and Individual Members.
We do this through advocacy, partnership, sharing knowledge and local activities. This includes UN representation, access to better information resources, funding community development projects and training programmes.
ACWW is committed to raising the health and standard of living of rural women and their families. ACWW is non-sectarian, non-political, and forward looking.
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Do mothers in rural communities get the support they need?
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