Episode 5:Nutrition and Pregnancy;Foods and Beverages to Avoid during Pregnancy
On May 23, 2019 | 0 Comments |

About the show Episode 5 In this episode l focus on nutrition and pregnancy.Maintaining a well balanced diet is important to any expectant woman because this affects not only the health of the mother but also the development of the unborn child.I feature Jackline Nasike a nurse,midwife and prenatal care giver to give insight on […]

How to Breastfeed During First Six Week After Birth (Motherhood_Ep#4)
On May 16, 2019 | 0 Comments |

Immediately after delivery during the first few weeks, the baby is usually very delicate. So how do you hold a baby for breastfeeding during the first six weeks after birth? In this episode veronica discusses with nurse Rehema Bwari about caring of newborn baby who is one day to six weeks old. Let us know […]

Is Jumia an African Startup? (#AfricaStartupRoundup Ep3)
On May 11, 2019 | 0 Comments |

About the episode Is Jumia an African Startup? this is the question that has been bothering many following Jumia’s described itself as an African startup when they went public on Newyork Stock Exchange. In this episode, we try to answer the question and share more insights on Jumia and what their file for IPO on […]

Episode 3: The Dos and Don’t of Handling a New Born Baby
On May 8, 2019 | 0 Comments |

About the Episode In this episode we discuss about baby care after delivery. Veronica discusses with nurse Rehema Bwari to discuss about caring of newborn from one day to six weeks. During this period the baby is so delicate to handle. We discuss how to take care of umbilical cord, how to massage a baby,what […]

Episode 2: Four Crucial Antenatal Clinic Test that will Make your Pregnancy Safer
On May 2, 2019 | 0 Comments |

About the podcast In this episode we continue with our discussion on antenatal visit and more crucial test  that each expectant mother should have have.We focus on TB screening,Blood pressure Serology and HIV test. Lets us know what you think about the show.Leave your comment,question or suggestion about the show on  the comment section below.Visit […]

Antenatal Clinic: What to do next when you get Pregnant
On April 24, 2019 | 0 Comments |

In this episode, Veronica engage nurses from Ushirika Medical center and Tunza mama care givers to discuss about antenatal clinics. These are the routine check ups that a pregnant woman has to attend in order to be aware of the baby’s progress and the mother’s health status. The episodes talks about the important tests that […]

Motherhood Podcast Releasing Soon!
On April 12, 2019 | 0 Comments |

[advanced_iframe  src=”” width=”100%” height=”166″ scrolling=”no” frameborder=”no” allow=”autoplay]  About the Show To learn more about the journey of motherhood and maternal health subscribe to Motherhood podcast on itunes, Apple podcast, Google podcast,and TuneIn radio. Motherhood podcast premiers on 24th April,2019.

How Kangaroo care is saving lives of preterm babies
On April 9, 2019 | 0 Comments |

He was born 12 weeks premature. He weighed 1.3kgs,slightly more than a kilogram of sugar.At her mothers chest he rest.It is a battle to save his life. She says l will call him Gift. But for now he is baby Miriam. Miriam Syombua from Mukuru Kayaba ,lies silently at Mbagathi Hospital at the Kangaroo care […]

Episode #2: One on One with Allan, founder of (#Africa Startup Roundup)
On March 31, 2019 | 0 Comments |

Nick sits down with Allan, founder and CEO of PortableVoices, a podcast network that produces African audiobooks and educational podcast about current affairs in Africa. We discuss the development of podcasting in Kenya and the future of podcasts in Kenya and Africa and what it means for brands looking to advertise to millennials.

Ep #1: Discussion about Tunapanda’s plans to start the first Aeronautics and Space Academy in Kibera (#Africa Startup Roundup)
On March 31, 2019 | 0 Comments |

In this episode Nick sits down with the team from Tunapanda Institute in Kibera to discuss about their new project to build the first Aeronautics and Space Academy in Kibera and the future of exploration in Africa.


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