Birth of a great idea for midwifery aid

Sara David, midwife and director-founder of Living Child, with cake designer Stephanie Wilmot. Picture: David Baylis www.communitypix.com.au d420545
Sara David, midwife and director-founder of Living Child, with cake designer Stephanie Wilmot. Picture: David Baylis www.communitypix.com.au d420545

The charity provides midwifery education, training and support in an effort to reduce maternal and newborn mortality rates in PNG.

The high tea will be on June 21 at Riverton Baptist Community Church, 38 Modillion Avenue, Shelley, from 2 to 4.30pm.

The afternoon will include high tea, a photo presentation about the work of Living Child, door prizes and raffles.

Money raised from the high tea will go towards training village birth attendants (VBAs) in Bunam and purchasing teaching resources to distribute to the VBAs and midwives.

There are no door sales.

Tickets are available on the Living Child website, Riverton Baptist Church Office from 9am to 3pm or by calling 0421 515 350. For more information, visit www.livingchildinc.com.