Thu 25 June 2015
When women in Australia give birth, they don't have to walk kilometres to the nearest hospital.
The vast majority will have the help of a midwife or doctor.
This is not the case in Papua New Guinea, where the maternal mortality rate is among the highest in the world.
GUEST: Felicity Copeland, midwife and lecturer at the Univeristy of Technology Sydney, for the last five years she has travelled to PNG helping with maternal health