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Meet Mariama Tiemogo

It takes a special kind of person to gather information about a child’s death from bereaved parents, and Mariama Tiemogo is one such person. A professional nurse in her native Niger, Tiemogo is patient, empathetic, and focused on her job of saving lives.

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    The Center works with the Nigeria Federal Ministry of Health to improve the training of health professionals who work directly with women and children.