2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION
Education
through Cultural
Exchange-
Midwives on the
Move(MOM)
Training Projects
2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION
1. Highlight successful project strategies.
2. Demonstrate how to be interactive & pa...
• presentation videostrain .m4v
" Our Journey begins………."
JULIE
SAM
JANE
BEVERLY
JO
Rotary International has 6 areas of focus.
• Peace and conflict prevention resolution
• Disease prevention and treatment
•...
Among six Areas of Focus, Maternal and Child Health
(MCH) that is “Reproductive Health” (RH) is most crucial
in reducing p...
• About 500,000 women die in relation to childbirth
• ten million infants and children die each year before their fifth bi...
SANDWICH MODELING
Saves Lives
Saves Money
Empowers Women
CREATE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
ADULT LEARNING STYLES
TRANSLATION
SKYPE/SOCIAL MEDIA
ART AND EDUCATION
EVALUATION – EARLY AND AGAIN
FOOTPRINTS OF DELIVERY
RESPECT
EFFICIENT
NURTURING
KINDNESS
ENRICHING
SHARING
ENCOURAGEMENT
HUMOUR
PROFESSIONAL
APPROACHAB...
MOM
THANK YOU
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move
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Journey along as we highlight the strategies used to engage participants, bridge cultural and language barriers, achieve change, and embed training, education, and skill-transfer programs into communities. This interactive, participatory session will encourage you to use any of the successful ideas in developing your own project. Key topics will include early engagement and critical use of icebreakers, interactive participatory learning, and affordable resources.

Co-moderators:
Jane Myers
Rotary Club of Bayside Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Samantha Dunne, Childbirth Education Consultant
Maternal Health Training Project

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Education Through Cultural Exchange: Midwives on the Move

  1. 1. 2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION Education through Cultural Exchange- Midwives on the Move(MOM) Training Projects
  2. 2. 2014 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION 1. Highlight successful project strategies. 2. Demonstrate how to be interactive & participatory. 3. Discuss early engagement, critical use of ice breakers & affordable resources. Session Objectives
  3. 3. • presentation videostrain .m4v " Our Journey begins………."
  4. 4. JULIE
  5. 5. SAM
  6. 6. JANE
  7. 7. BEVERLY
  8. 8. JO
  9. 9. Rotary International has 6 areas of focus. • Peace and conflict prevention resolution • Disease prevention and treatment • Water and sanitation • Maternal and child health • Basic education and literacy • Economic and community development.
  10. 10. Among six Areas of Focus, Maternal and Child Health (MCH) that is “Reproductive Health” (RH) is most crucial in reducing poverty and advancing human well-being.
  11. 11. • About 500,000 women die in relation to childbirth • ten million infants and children die each year before their fifth birthday 99 Ninety-nine percent of these deaths occur in developing countries, there are 53 million unintended/unwanted pregnancies every year; • 40% of women do not use contraception and 80% of maternal/ infant deaths could be prevented.
  12. 12. SANDWICH MODELING
  13. 13. Saves Lives Saves Money Empowers Women
  14. 14. CREATE THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
  15. 15. ADULT LEARNING STYLES
  16. 16. TRANSLATION
  17. 17. SKYPE/SOCIAL MEDIA
  18. 18. ART AND EDUCATION
  19. 19. EVALUATION – EARLY AND AGAIN
  20. 20. FOOTPRINTS OF DELIVERY RESPECT EFFICIENT NURTURING KINDNESS ENRICHING SHARING ENCOURAGEMENT HUMOUR PROFESSIONAL APPROACHABLE TRANSPARENT POLITE CARING INFORMATIVE COLLABORTIVE INDIVIDUAL EXPERIENCED CONSIDERATE
  21. 21. MOM
  22. 22. THANK YOU

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