W-omanmatters

‘Whispers’ connect…

Two women – Amira Naseeb born in 1976 and living in Dhofar in the south of the Sultanate of Oman nearby the border with Yemen and Anaïd Ferté born in 1981 in France and living nearby La Roche-en-Ardenne in the province of Luxembourg, in the French part of Belgium – are connected with their profession. Both choose to become midwifes.

The reasons of their choices are different. For Amira Naseeb, Supervisor of the Maternity unit, labor room, and special baby care unit at the public Sultan Qaboos hospital, it was not her first choice, she tells in my new published book ‘Whispers of Oman,’ beside e-book now also available as book-on-demand.

“When I saw in the labor room how a Filipino midwife took sensitive care of the mothers who were in labor, how she encouraged them, how she took the baby, how she cut the umbilical cord…suddenly it was very clear to me, I decided to become a midwife." Whisper of Oman page 23

“When I saw in the labor room how a Filipino midwife took sensitive care of the mothers who were in labor, how she encouraged them, how she took the baby, how she cut the umbilical cord…suddenly it was very clear to me, I decided to become a midwife.” Whispers of Oman page 23

For Anaïd Ferté it was art that guided her to become a midwife….read more…

For Anaïd Ferté it was art that guided her to become a midwife….read more…

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