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December 2020    

 

Generating Evidence for Impact for Mothers and Beyond

 

Learn how we're generating evidence and achieving impact for mothers and beyond by developing & delivering innovative, lifesaving interventions, analyzing what works – and what doesn't – and disseminating results so we can act on solutions to enact change.

 
 

Why Women Are Dying in Nigeria – and How to Help Save Them

 

Insights from a yearlong investigation into Nigeria's maternal health crisis by Africare, EpiAfric and Nigeria Health Watch points to the need for community-driven solutions that empower women and foster accountability.

 
 

How Public-Private Sector Collaborations Can Address RMNCAH Services

 

To achieve Sustainable Development Goal 3 to reduce child and maternal mortality, strong public-private sector collaboration is needed – including to address the annual financing gap affecting reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) services.

 
 

Improving Maternal Health Care Quality and Outcomes Under the Utkrisht DIB

 

The Utkrisht Development Impact Bond (DIB) catalyzes improvements in the quality of private maternity care in Rajasthan, India. Learn more about its impact on quality and health outcomes in a new midline report by Mathematica.

 
 

Honoring Those Helping Mothers Access Quality Care

 

In case you missed it, our #MaternalHealthHeroes series launched last month in honor of the Year of the Nurses and Midwives, celebrating the impact of those helping to improve maternal health outcomes and provide quality care before, during and after childbirth.

 
   
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