Addressing Critical Knowledge Gaps in Newborn Health


By Bina Valsangkar on October 5, 2015

The intention of the simplified regimens was not to challenge the appropriateness of hospitalization for PSBI, but to provide safe, alternative outpatient regimens for managing PSBI when hospitalization is not possible.

By Zeshan Qureshi on October 2, 2015

1.2 million stillbirths occur like this every year – a number that rises to 2.6 million if you include all stillbirths. The solution is simple, and hinges on good care during pregnancy and delivery. We have the evidence; what we need now is action.

By Sylvia Nabanoba on September 24, 2015

Nangalo’s journey into midwifery was not an easy one. But what she lacked in qualifications initially, she made up for in passion and hard work.

By Mary Kinney on September 22, 2015

The Global Strategy captures both ENAP and EPMM efforts to accelerate progress towards ending preventable deaths, including stillbirths, and improve health outcomes. These targets are achievable because we know where the gaps remain and what we need to do to address them.

By Jim Litch on September 14, 2015

With skin-to-skin care, the parent is serving the role of incubator without the need for electricity or high technology. Early sustained contact has been shown to regulate the baby’s temperature and breathing as well as promote breastfeeding, boost a newborn’s immunity, and facilitate bonding.