This tool will help decision makers estimate the market size for chlorhexidine for umbiulical cord care in a multple countries.
Findings from a systematic review, conducted by Dr Lindsay Mangham-Jefferies and colleagues for the IDEAS project at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
In Tanzania, the coverage of four or more antenatal care (ANC 4) visits among pregnant women has declined over time.
This brief summarizes key findings of the assessment related to the operating environment that influence the perceived coverage and quality of community-based newborn care.
The COMBINE study evaluated a strengthened package of maternal and newborn health services within the HEP and assessed integrating management of possible serious bacterial infection at community health posts, when referral was not possible or accepted by the family.