I feel very proud. There is nothing better than when a healthy mother leaves the clinic with a healthy baby

Arati, midwife from Nepal

Arati is a dedicated and inspirational 22-year-old nurse working in a remote part of Nepal. She received training from CARE on how to deal with life-threatening complications during childbirth.

“I feel that people here need me. Ever since I was a child, I’ve wanted to work in a very remote place like this – that motivates me a lot. Of all the deliveries I have performed, I wish every baby has a good future and a happy life.”

Since Arati has been working at the clinic, no mothers or babies have died

Arati shoulders the burden of working in a health system which struggles to provide basic services for women and children. Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world – there simply aren’t enough healthcare professionals to meet the needs of the population.

That’s why CARE is dedicated to training over 8,600 nurses and midwives in Nepal so that women in the most vulnerable communities have access to the health services and support they need. Every woman deserves to have an Arati by her side during childbirth.

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