International Midwife Day is observed every year to recognize the work of midwives and to raise greater awareness of the role of midwives in the essential care provided to new mothers and their newborns. International Day of the Midwives is celebrated every year on May 5. From the pregnancy to the delivery and birth of the woman, in the safety of mother and child and in making the mother emotionally strong, the midwife also plays an important role along with doctors and nurses.
According to hindicurrentaffairs.adda247.com, The day was first conceived at the International Conference of Midwives Conference in the Netherlands in 1987 to recognize and honor midwives. International Midwives Day was first celebrated on May 5, 1991, and is celebrated in more than 50 countries around the world. The day is observed to recognize the work of midwives and to raise awareness of the condition of midwives to the essential care provided to mothers and their newborn babies. Every year around 35,000 women lose their lives during childbirth in our country India. According to statistics, about 2,72,000 premature birth deaths every year and 5,62,000 neonatal deaths in the first month of birth can be reduced with the help of trained midwives.
The day is observed to recognize the work of midwives and to raise awareness of the condition of midwives for the essential care provided to mothers and their newborn babies. This day is celebrated to raise awareness and care for the health of mothers and their newborn babies in the nations and to honor them for the great contribution of midwives.
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