The ‘AI-Powered Midwife’ Helping Pregnant Nigerian Women and Newborns Stay Healthy

Nigeria’s neonatal death rate is 38 per 1000 live births. The number swells to 132 deaths per 1000 live births for under-five children. Photo credit: Nigeria Health Watch
So far, Agnes has reached 1,300 pregnant women across 60 communities in Lagos and Ogun State since 2020, including Ibeju-Lekki and Epe communities in Lagos State and Ajileke and Oke Odan communities in Ogun State. Photo credit to Mumspring.
Adeyeri and her baby. Photo by Innocent Eteng.
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch
Image credit: Nigeria Health Watch

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