Addressing Critical Knowledge Gaps in Newborn Health

Multimedia

Ishtiaq Mannan told VOA's Frances Alonzo that the deaths happen because of premature birth and complications during birth.
HRH Princess Sarah Zeid introduces us to items that promote and sustain maternal and newborn health worldwide.
Dr. Lawn spoke to VOA’s Frances Alonzo and outlined this most effective intervention to reduce newborn deaths in Asia.
Although there is free, universal primary health care, many women in rural areas have to walk long distances to access maternal health care.
Audio
April 13, 2014
Ishtiaq Mannan told VOA's Frances Alonzo that the deaths happen because of premature birth and complications during birth.
Video
April 11, 2014
Without frontline health workers, there would be no health services for millions of families in developing countries.
Video
April 9, 2014
HRH Princess Sarah Zeid introduces us to items that promote and sustain maternal and newborn health worldwide.
Video
April 3, 2014
Despite an overwhelming need to address the issue, health remains a minor issue for political parties.
Video
March 27, 2014
In February 2014, a delegation of Nigerian stakeholders traveled to Nepal to learn about the success of their chlorhexidine program to...
Video
March 17, 2014
Bimala treks to deliver an inexpensive antiseptic ointment to expectant mothers.
Photo
March 7, 2014
New infographic highlights the challenges to and solutions for improving maternal and newborn health.
Video
March 7, 2014
Save the Children Ethiopia Country Director John Graham speaks about newborn health in Ethiopia.
Video
March 5, 2014
New innovative research sites aiming to study premature birth have been announced by GAPPS.
Video
March 5, 2014
New innovative research sites aiming to study premature birth have been announced by GAPPS.
Video
April 11, 2014
Without frontline health workers, there would be no health services for millions of families in developing countries.
Video
April 9, 2014
HRH Princess Sarah Zeid introduces us to items that promote and sustain maternal and newborn health worldwide.
Video
April 3, 2014
Despite an overwhelming need to address the issue, health remains a minor issue for political parties.
Video
March 27, 2014
In February 2014, a delegation of Nigerian stakeholders traveled to Nepal to learn about the success of their chlorhexidine program to...
Video
March 17, 2014
Bimala treks to deliver an inexpensive antiseptic ointment to expectant mothers.
Video
March 7, 2014
Save the Children Ethiopia Country Director John Graham speaks about newborn health in Ethiopia.
Video
March 5, 2014
New innovative research sites aiming to study premature birth have been announced by GAPPS.
Video
March 5, 2014
New innovative research sites aiming to study premature birth have been announced by GAPPS.
Video
March 3, 2014
Ahmed Idris reports from the Nigerian capital Abuja on the toll of newborns dying on the day they are born.
Video
February 28, 2014
The government received the USAID Pioneers Prize for remarkable achievement for saving newborn lives.
Photo
March 7, 2014
New infographic highlights the challenges to and solutions for improving maternal and newborn health.
Photo
February 25, 2014
This infographic highlights new data from Save the Children's Ending Newborn Deaths: Ensuring every baby survives report.
Photo Slideshow
February 25, 2014
Although there is free, universal primary health care, many women in rural areas have to walk long distances to access maternal health care.
Photo
February 14, 2014
Women and babies from the POOREST 20% of households, do not receive the same care as those from the RICHEST 20% of households.
Photo
January 10, 2014
This infographic highlights the impact the Saving Mothers Giving Life program has delivered in just one year.
Photo Slideshow
October 4, 2013
Political will and commitment to address newborn health in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Malawi and Nepal has contributed to the remarkable gains...
Photo Slideshow
September 13, 2013
Three neonatal nurses were recognized for the commitment to neonatal nursing, mentoring and training others, along with improving outcomes...
Photo
August 2, 2013
In support of World Breastfeeding Week, we honour mothers around the world and highlight how overcoming barriers to breastfeeding will save...
Audio
April 13, 2014
Ishtiaq Mannan told VOA's Frances Alonzo that the deaths happen because of premature birth and complications during birth.
Audio
February 25, 2014
ABC's The World Today interviews Simon Wright and Pancho Kaslam about the state of newborn health and how change can happen.
Audio
February 25, 2014
Dr. Lawn spoke to VOA’s Frances Alonzo and outlined this most effective intervention to reduce newborn deaths in Asia.
Audio
February 4, 2014
Afghanistan still has one of the highest child mortality rates in the world, and there could be significant backsliding.
Audio
May 15, 2013
Save the Children CEO and President Carolyn Miles discusses the 2013 State of the World's Mothers Report.
Audio
May 8, 2013
 Dr. Joy Lawn of Save the Children talks about the State of the World's Mothers report on The Brian Lehrer Show. 
Audio
June 7, 2012
Listen to the special panel discussion in which leaders in Malawi discussed the new report for global action on preterm birth, Born Too...
Audio
December 20, 2011
A new three-year study has come up with a global consensus on how to reduce the number of women who die during pregnancy and child birth.
Audio
August 4, 2011
Celebrating an infant who has survived the first 7 days of life is a practice dating back thousands of years in Egypt.

Multimedia Types

Filter Multimedia