In the isolated Chitral district of northern Pakistan, the Chitral Child Survival Program (2008–2014) addressed the remote area’s high infant and maternal mortality rates by increasing access to obstetric and neonatal care to vulnerable communities. Project-trained community midwives saved lives by providing previously unavailable skilled pre-natal, delivery and post-partum care. They supplied key information to poor households and facilitated referrals for obstetric emergencies. Download a PDF of the Chitral Child Survival Program flyer here.