Women Partner To Help Women Give Birth In Liberia
Statistically speaking, Liberia is the fifth most dangerous place in the world to be born or give birth. Dee Gordon of Salt Lake City and Marcia Stevens in Liberia have created the Hawa Project to change that morbid statistic.
On June 19, 2014 at noon Eastern, Dee and Marcia will join me for a live discussion to talk about their efforts to save lives in Liberia. Tune in then to watch the interview live.
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More about the Hawa Project:
The primary goal of The Hawa Project is, through a partnership with SLEMP Medical Clinic, we aim to grow a Women’s Health Initiative whose focus is ongoing education and a clinical site, where women of child bearing age can come for HIV/AIDS education and counseling in prenatal care, family planning and parenting classes.
Marcia is a registered Nurse in Liberia, she currently runs 2 health clinics in the greater Monrovia area.
Marcia was born and raised in Liberia and coming to the USA April 19th was her first trip out of her home country. Marcia is passionate about serving the needy and often gives of her services without charge. Marcia is the mother to 3 beautiful daughters and is married to Paul Stevens, the head of the Bible Association in Liberia. They are deeply rooted in their beliefs of following what God has called them to do, and she works tirelessly to provide not only for her family, but also for her neighbors and fellow Liberians. Marcia and Dee Gordon have partnered together for the benefit of the women and children of Liberia to receive better prenatal care and safer delivery practices.
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