Videos and Media

Dr. Shroff describes a study, co-authored with Dr Jimmy Minhas and Chris Laughen, PhD (ABD), called "Power of Partnerships: What makes a Difference in Reducing Maternal Mortality and How Can Canadians Contribute?"



Come read about MIH Can in CanWaCH's June 2019 Global Health Impact Report! Click here to read.


Dr. Emilie Salomons explains her passion for MIH Can since joining in 2015. Click here to read.


Come read Darpan's article on MIH Can! Click here to read.


The Honourable Dr. Asha Seth writing on MIH Can. Click here to read.


The CBC praising MIH Can's work in improving "access to reproductive and infant health care in Canada and around the world." Click here to read.

Dr. Shroff wrote an article for The Province, highlighting the work of MIH Can and the importance of sexual and reproductive health knowledge. Read the article here.

Here's the Voice Online promoting our Giving Tuesday event 2 years ago! Click here to read.


Radio Canada writes on how MIHCan was addressing infant hypothermia in 2016. Click here to read.

On Feb 12, some MIH Can members created short videos celebrating Sexual Health Reproductive Day. Here is a video by Raguram Bhaskar; you can watch the rest of our videos on our Facebook page!

Dr. Shroff, Jasmit S. Minhas, and Chris Laugen wrote a paper to propose policy approaches for Canadians and other Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) nations who wish to assist in reducing maternal mortality rates. Read the paper here!

MIH Can's work with the Canada India Networking Initiative 2018 (CINI 2018) was highlighted in the South Asian Woman Magazine. Come read pages 35 and 36 here.

Dr. Shroff wrote an article focusing on the health and lives of  South Asian Women. Read the article here.

Dr. Shroff was featured in an article supporting Women Deliver 2019 Conference. Read the article here.


Carolina Judkowicz and Alexandra Gillis present at SACPAN 2020 at SFU Harbour Centre on Feb 29th, 2020. They presented a paper on the feasibility of implementing Ayurveda to reduce maternal morbidity and mortality in India.