Rwanda’s maternal health campaign is praiseworthy

Editor,Rwanda’s commitment to bring down the transmission rate at birth to below two per cent by 2015 is indeed a timely move.The Ministry of Health and Imbuto Foundation’s campaign to eliminate mother to child transmission of HIV / AIDS is part of government’s effort towards fostering better maternal health care.
(L-R)Health Minister Agnes Binagwaho, Radegonde Ndejuru DG  of Imbuto Foundation  and Dr. Anita Asiimwe during the news conference to promote maternal health (File Photo).
(L-R)Health Minister Agnes Binagwaho, Radegonde Ndejuru DG of Imbuto Foundation and Dr. Anita Asiimwe during the news conference to promote maternal health (File Photo).

Editor,

Rwanda’s commitment to bring down the transmission rate at birth to below two per cent by 2015 is indeed a timely move.

The Ministry of Health and Imbuto Foundation’s campaign to eliminate mother to child transmission of HIV / AIDS is part of government’s effort towards fostering better maternal health care.

The Imbuto Foudation, has done well to collaborate with the ministry of health to lower Prevention of Mother - To - Child Transmission (PMTCT)
I wish Imbuto Foundation’s campaign, which will be rolled out at the community level during the communal work (Umuganda) on 28 May, every success.

Kind regards

Clarence Fernandes

Chairman
Rwanda Renaissance

clavinmarketing@gmail.com

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