Health and Development - Niger
Together with Anders Seim and Health Development International, the Kavli Trust is pursuing a village-based project for women in western Niger.
The aim is to save female lives and protect their dignity by preventing injuries associated with obstetric fistula during childbirth. This condition has now been virtually eradicated in the project area, the proportion of women giving birth at a health centre is rising sharply, and maternal mortality has fallen no less than 70 per cent.
More about this project
Continuing work against maternal mortality
July 02, 2018
Health & Development International Norway (HDI Norway) receives renewed support from The Kavli Trust (Kavlifondet) to prevent maternal mortality in Niger.Click to read more
The Country Doctor
January 26, 2017
Work to improve the public's health in the countryside of Norway and Niger is not as different as one would think, according to physician Anders Seim. For the seventh year in a row he is receiving support from The Kavli Trust to prevent the consequences of blocked childbirth in Niger.Click to read more