Maternal mortality

In Mexico, maternal mortality is an issue of discrimination. It affects particularly those women who live in extreme poverty, those who live in remote communities, those who do not have access to public health care and the youngest women (between 10 and 14 years of age).

Mexico did not meet its Millennium Development Goal of reducing maternal mortality by 75%. While maternal deaths were reduced by 45%, this is insufficient, given that all are preventable.

Maternal mortality is the ultimate expression of obstetric violence. GIRE works tirelessly to achieve measures of non-repetition that generate structural change in the health care system. We also provide legal counsel for families of women who have died from maternal causes and accompany them in their search for justice.

2.4.1 Reports
Symbolic Court
Link to chapters in the maternal mortality report

2.4.2 Cases and Figures
Link to the platforms to consult cases of MM in the report
Map depicting maternal mortality (Data 4)

2.4.3 Campaigns and communications materials
Yucatan has a Problem Campaign (María Ligia)
Chiapassionate (Susana)
Link to the Animal Político Report (Anahí)

2.4.4 Public Policy (hidden)

2.4.5 Blogs and news
Link to search results in the thematic blog repository and one with the press link.