#MomAndBaby Photo Contest

As part of the “20 Days of Action for #MomAndBaby” campaign, we held a public photo call. Photo submissions had to answer the following question: “Why are #MomAndBaby doing fine?”

We received more than 40 photos of maternal and child health program activities. They illustrated lifesaving interventions such as, nutrition, family planning, prenatal and postnatal care and WASH programs, as well as health worker involvement and more. These photos capture the incredible progress that has been made in ending preventable child and maternal deaths globally. A panel of judges voted on their favorites, and here are the contest winners. Thanks to all who submitted photos!

First Place

photo of a mother and her baby
Mom and baby are doing fine because mom was taught how to perform Kangaroo Mother Care to keep her premature newborn warm.
Molly Ronan, Embrace Global

Second Place

Photo of a community Health Worker measuring a childs arm.
Mom and baby are doing fine because 10 days before this photo was taken in Senegal, a community health volunteer (CHV) diagnosed 10-month-old Ndiaga with severe malnutrition, which was caused by an intestinal parasite.
Christine Ennulat for ChildFund International

Third Place

Photo of a mother with her child at a postnatal clinic in Kenya.
A clinical services mentor from the USAID-supported AIDS, Population and Health Integrated Assistance project, Nuru ya Bonde, checks the health record book of a mother and her child at a postnatal clinic at Loitoktok District Hospital Kenya.
George Obanyi, FHI 360

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Last updated: June 25, 2014

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