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Maternal health literacy mobile solution.

Mobile Aide Against Maternal and Infant Mortality

MAAMI, a product of Techwomen Alumni Association, is a maternal health literacy mobile solution, that aims to serve as a platform for expectant and new mothers in underserved communities to access prompt, relevant and customized language‐based information on birth preparedness, complication readiness and post‐natal support.

Nigeria is reported to have the fourth highest maternal mortality ratio in the world, most of which occur in the rural areas.


Services We Offer

Pregnancy Care Information

Pregnancy Care


We send customised pregnancy care information to registered users based on their stage of pregnancy in their local language.

Free Service

For All

It is absolutely free to all registered users.

Community Outreach


We Organize community outreach programs to improve ante-natal and post-natal health seeking behaviour among women and families.

Our Impact

Stay aware of our progress

Our organization is aimed at providing prompt and relevant pregnancy and newborn health information to women at their varying stages of pregnancy and in their preferred local language. These messages are designed to enlighten women on better and safer health practices as well as help them make more informed decisions about their health


Current Users




Health Center(s)


Women Reached

Words From People

I will like to have a number to call incase u have questions. The messages are interesting, keep it up.
Meze Chiamaka
Meze Chiamaka
MCH Azuiyokwu
The messages are very encouraging especially to me as this is my pregnancy experience. So keep it up.
Oreke Martha
Oreke Martha
MCH Azuiyokwu
The messages are educating, especially it will benefit the women in the rural areas as this may be the only means they receive information on pregnancy and child care
Chinonso Maxwell
Chinonso Maxwell

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