GoMidwife exists to see birth workers equipped and released throughout the nations to teach and serve women during the childbearing years in rural, crisis and developing situations. Our focus is to use birth work as a tool to restore dignity, decrease mortality and express perfect love.
All four modules are from September 28, 2017 – March 28, 2018
Varies by seminar
For a UofN Degree, a Discipleship Training School (including outreach) is required. A DTS is not required if you take this course in seminar format.
Permaculture and Family Gardens
Normal, Natural Birth
Appropriate Technology for Birth in Low Resource Settings
Following the MOM course we will place you in an apprenticeship or practicum to continue your work toward national certification.
The apprenticeship placement is $100 per week of training up to 12 months of training following the didactic portion for a total of $5,200. Any additional time needed to complete the apprenticeship will not be charged. This price does not include food and housing or transportation or state fees. For apprenticeship information you can go HERE.
Amy is a midwife serving in the Pacific. She became a midwife specifically to educate and train other women as midwives and to increase the education and training of cultural midwives already serving their communities in the rural and developing world . It is her expressed purpose to train women to go into the nations to serve, teach and equip other women, and to reach into crisis situations bring comfort and raise the level of care for mothers and babies.
Contact Amy at: firstname.lastname@example.org
“It is the need of our day. It is the issue we face. It is the mandate of our generation to stem the hemorrhage of life from the wombs of women. It is ours to set right and we will do it.” – A. Kirbow
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