In recent years, reproductive health has been improving in Nepal. However, in some communities, there are still physical and social barriers to care.
Roving Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (RANMs) are health workers who live and work in marginalized communities in Nepal. As part of the FACT Project, nine RANMs were hired and deployed in Rupandehi, Nepal.
This short video follows two RANMs, Amrita and Gangotri, as they visit with clients and their families in the community.