Nov
06

EA-HPRO Fact sheets

Across sub-Saharan Africa, around 550 women die every day from complications due to pregnancy or childbirth, and children under five are 16 times more likely to die than if they were born in high-income countries. Many of these deaths are preventable through stronger, more resilient, health systems. Access to qual...
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Nov
01

EA-HPRO Evidence Brief

There have been great maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) achievements across sub-Saharan African over the last two decades. Countries have made progress against many key indicators, including under-five and maternal mortality, as well as the provision of family planning and HIV services. The proportion of deliveries by s...
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Jul
06

Innovating for Maternal and Child Health in Africa Volume 6 July 2019

Godfrey Mtey andLynette Kamau met with Hon.Zainab Chaula, Tanzania's Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children on behalf of the Tanzania Research teams on June 14 in Dodoma. The meeting was a follow-up on discussions initiated in June 2018 with the Ministry following the sharing of findings through a national stakeholders' forum in Dar es Salaam

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Feb
01

Innovating for Maternal and Child Health in Africa Volume 5 February 2019

​To highlight the plight of pregnant women living in fragile contexts, the EA-HPRO consortium developed an animation video to share this story. It was presented during a symposium at the Canadian Conference on Global Health in November 2018.   Download PDF File Here

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