The project "SafeMa: Education Hubs for Excellence in Midwifery" is approved in the framework of the European Programme: Erasmus+ Higher Education-International Capacity Building with project reference number: 598946-EPP-1-2018-1-VN-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP.
The SafeMa project aims to create a new postgraduate programme in Advanced Midwifery Practice in Asia. The SafeMa E+ CBHE project focuses on postgraduate level training, providing advanced courses and guidance in developing research skills necessary to develop innovative new data-driven techniques.
Five academic professionals from each Asian HEΙ will travel to Europe to witness first-hand the teaching process, course and lab setup and other operational issues.Read More
TOGETHER WE CARE
The project targets international, national, regional and community actors involved in midwifery services, policy- makers, academics, researchers, health workers, students and general public in order to create strong local synergies.Read More
Response of SafeMa to Covid-19
The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic has challenged health systems and public authorities worldwide at all government levels, creating a global emergency situation.Read More
Latest News and Events from SafeMa Project
Second online workshop on "SafeMa Community Awareness Raising and Infodays" by the University of Health Sciences
About 80 midwifery-skilled participants have been trained in strategies involved in raising awareness of quality maternal and child health services in remote areas and communities.
Second Round of the SafeMa Training Workshops for academic and administrative staff at the International University, Cambodia
The second round of the training workshop for academic and administrative staff focused on the SafeMa modules 5 to 8 and on the ways they can be best delivered at the IU.
Second round of the SafeMa Training Workshops for academic and administrative staff at the Nam Dinh University of Nursing, Vietnam
The second round of the training workshop for academic and administrative staff focused on introducing the SafeMa project objectives and activities and presenting and discussing the SafeMa model of excellence, the human-rights based approach of the SafaMa course and the implementation and sustainability of SafeMa in NDUN.
Second round of the SafeMa Training Workshops for academic and administrative staff at the University of Health Sciences, Cambodia
The second round of the training workshop for academic and administrative staff at the UHS focused on the SafeMa trainings and the level of ability and knowledge both midwives and midwifery professors should possess.