Education and teacher development to strengthen quality and relevance of midwifery education and research. To improve quality of sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health services. The project will involve democratic governance related to human-rights based and gender equitable service delivery, as well as peace and conflict security and vulnerability.

Midwifery and Research and Education Development (MIDRED)‘s main objective is to strengthen the quality and relevance of local midwifery research and education in Ghana and Palestine. With intention of a positive impact on the society through a better qualified and respected midwifery workforce, sustainable quality maternal and newborn health service, evidence-based policies and practice, and knowledge-empowered women.


MIDRED National seminar in Accra, Ghana, 2nd & 3rd of February 2023

School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Ghana Legon , hosted a successful national interdisiplinary MIDRED seminar with midwives, nurses and doctors from several maternal settings. The seminar’s theme: Improving Maternal and Neonatal Health and Well-being through Midwifery with interdisciplinary Collaboration in Ghana. The Norwegian Ambassador to Ghana, Ingrid Mollestad, Professor Florence Naab, Dean at…

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