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CAM Global

CAM believes that midwives play a unique and fundamental role in promoting sexual health and  reproductive rights, and in the provision of quality reproductive, maternal, and newborn health care – both in Canada, and internationally. 

We support sustainable development goals and feminist international assistance policy by investing in a world where every adolescent, adult and newborn will have access to that care – care that can save lives.

Where We Work

CAM Global currently has projects in: the Democratic Republic of Congo (SMART RMC) , Haiti (PASSREL) , Somalia & Somaliland (SMEPS), South Sudan HR4SRH & SMART RMC) , Tanzania and Venezuela (Atención Segura Respetuosa – Zulia)

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Current Projects

Human Resources for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (HR4-SRHR)

This project aims to increase the availability of skilled healthcare providers, improve attitudes and access to SRHR, and support the prevention of gender-based violence.  


This project aims to improve the Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights for over 50,000 vulnerable citizens in Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti.i.

Strengthening Midwifery Education and Practice in Somalia and Somaliland (SMEPS)

In Somalia, Somaliland and Puntland, midwives work hard to reduce maternal mortality by addressing the critical shortage of skilled health care.


Through the provision of gender-responsive, quality health care by a well-trained midwifery workforce, the SMART-RMC project aims to contribute to the reduction of maternal deaths in both the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan.

Atención Segura Respetuosa – Zulia

Attención Segura Respetuosa aims to improve the quality of culturally appropriate and gender-responsive maternal, newborn, and reproductive health services at targeted healthcare facilities for vulnerable communities, including indigenous communities in Zulia State.

Project SMIT

Led by UNFPA-Tanzania with implementing partners CAM and AMREF, the SMIT project aims to reduce Tanzania’s high rates of maternal and newborn mortality by increasing the availability of skilled midwives in the country. It takes a holistic approach by working at the community, institutional and policy levels.