The added value of multiple IMCHA research projects on maternal, newborn and child health policy and practice in Nigeria 
Sub-Saharan Africa faces shortages in trained medical personnel. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates place the average ratio of doctor to patients at 2:10,000 in Africa1 against a global average of 12:10,000. The coverage of nurses and midwives is 11:10,000 in Africa against  a global average of 18:10,000, accordi...
The Sustainable Development Goals are ambitious, with Goal 3 striving for health and well-being, including a focus on reducing deaths of pregnant women and their babies. While Mozambique has made some progress in recent years, the maternal mortality rate remains concerningly high at 289 deaths per 100,000 live births.
Mozambique has high rates of maternal mortality (301 deaths/100,000 live births) and neonatal mortality (30.3 deaths/1,000 live births) stemming from a number of complex issues.1 The Alert Community Prepared Hospital (ACPH) Care Continuum Implementation Research Project.
 The availability of safe, timely and high-quality Caesarian sections is a key strategy for maternal and neonatal survival. According to the World Health Organization, 5% to 8% of deliveries require an urgent lifesaving C-section. The Alert Community Prepared Hospital (ACPH) implementation research project,.
E-learning is becoming an increasingly mainstream feature of educational delivery. To reinforce knowledge and skills following face-to-face training program in comprehensive emergency obstetric and neonatal care (CEmONC) and anaesthesia the Accessing Safe Deliveries in Tanzania (ASDIT) project developed eLearning platform contents for the healthcare workers in rural health centres.
The government of Tanzania targets to expand the number of public health centers providing comprehensive emergency obstetrics and neonatal care (CEmONC) services from 12% in 2015 to 50% by 2020. Implementation of this policy has increased a demand for anaesthesia providers.

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