Check out this post to read about some of the incredible work being done in the human rights field for women!
Over the past year we have all discovered what it is to be submerged into an unfamiliar and distressing new reality. We have all, to varying degrees, felt the effects of instability and had to learn to navigate the anxiety and uncertainty of our new existence. While the emotional tumult of the pandemic has been difficult, overwhelming and, for many of us, lonely we have gained only a fractional insight of the challenge faced by displaced people in adapting to life in a new country. Adding to this the monumental emotional and physical demands of pregnancy, childbirth and early motherhood, Frankie Granger explores the vital importance of the work done by Project Mama.
Project Mama is a Bristol based charity, founded in 2018, that supports ‘pregnant refugees, asylum-seekers, survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking and other displaced women’.Providing support in all stages of their pregnancy and in early motherhood…
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