Monday, March 29, 2010

Go Girl Australia

Cycling for midwives, women, normal birth and breastfeeding
Who is Go Girl Australia you might well ask..... it is someone that you may well know..... Marg Phelan - Midwife

Go Girl Australia
I met Marg in 2003 when she was the was very involved with the College of Midwives (ACM) at state and national level, including a two-year term as National President. "Marg sees pregnancy, labour and birth as a normal physiological process, and believes that for normal pregnancies, homebirth is a safe and enormously rewarding experience. She recently had the honour and privilege to be midwife for daughter-in-law Mei Mei and son Paul during the homebirth of their beautiful boy in December 2008".

Now working in the Darwin Homebirth Service, Marg is able to offer the model of care to which she believes all women are entitled.

Go Girl Australia is a not-for-profit venture that aims to promote continuity of care from a known midwife, normal birth and breastfeeding.

Follow Marg's journey..... see the map..... she will be in WA:
Darwin to Broome (April - June 2010)
Broome to Perth (23 July - 2 September 2010)
Broome to Kalgoorlie (August - mid September)

If you know midwives in these areas please forward them this link and let them know when Marg is there area so that we can celebrate her journey..... and help the cause. Go Girl Go

Want to sponsor the cause click here
Go Girl Australia is a self-funded, not-for-profit venture and its purpose is not to raise funds, but to raise awareness and improve education. There are many ways you can support us.
Join us on part of the ride
Make placards and signs to display as we pass through your town
Organise a get-together for women in your area - Marg will be happy to speak at your event
Sponsor us with donations of cash, fuel vouchers, cycling gear, bike parts, accommodation, food
Advertise Go Girl Australia through your business or community group

Can't wait to greet you in Perth Marg and safe journey......

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