Group care has been implemented in Suriname, called "SamenZwanger", by Stichting Perisur in the Diakonessenhuis.
Are you interested in group care for pregnant women and postnatal group care for families? Please contact the research team in Suriname:
Ashna Hindori-Mohangoo has a broad background in perinatal, maternal and child health research in Suriname, the Netherlands/Europe, such as monitor birth outcomes, longitudinal study designs and development of reproductive health intervention programs. Extensive experience in the field of reproductive health research in Suriname started in 2009 with the nationwide survey to identify underlying factors for high perinatal and infant mortality and morbidity in Suriname. The coordination of this nationwide project resulted in network building and the establishment of the Foundation for Perinatal Interventions Suriname in 2015 (https://perisur.org/), that aims to improve reproductive health and care in Suriname. As the project manager of Perisur she is actively involved in developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating perinatal health intervention programs including preconception care, group prenatal care and group baby care. In addition to her work and experiences from Perisur, she work as the data manager and co-investigator of the NIH funded research and training program of the Caribbean Consortium for Research in Environmental and Occupational Health (CCREOH)/the MekiTamara Study in Suriname. She has coordinated several data collections of the Euro-Peristat project and is currently a member of their Executive Board.
Manodj Hindori has a broad scope of the health sector of Suriname. For 11 years he is the managing director of the St. Vincentius Hospital, one of the six hospitals in Suriname. Before that he was the managing director of the Lands Hospital and of the Nickerie Regional Hospital. In the past seven years he was also the chair of the National Hospital Association of Suriname. Before becoming a hospital director he worked for 15 years for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) as consultant in health sector reform. As such he was responsible for assessing the national health sector, and for the implementation of interventions to improve the performance of the health sector. As chairman of the Perisur Foundation he is actively involved in the interventions in the area of perinatal health in the country.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 848147. This website reflects only the authors' view and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.