Which makes most Nigerians in low income area settle for makeshift clinic and traditional homes where charges is no more than 20,000 naira to deliver a child. Despite the dangers that surround traditional births, some women prefer them to going to local medical facilities. Some say they trust traditional attendants to help them give birth without complications. For others, traditional birth attendants are simply the most affordable option. While some antenatal services are free in Nigeria, women have to pay to give birth at a medical centre. BirthRight Foundation Africa is committed to sensitising and educating women on Caesarean section with further consultations with medical professionals and also provides funds for Caesarean sections. Every mother and newborn deserves to live!.