The State of the World’s Midwifery (SoWMy) 2014, the second of its kind, will show what progress has been made since the launch of the first report in 2011 in increasing the number of skilled and competent midwives and others with midwifery skills.
Gaps include weakness in the assessment of competencies of trainees, in supportive supervision, and in impact assessment of packages.
PMNCH's Knowledge Summary #29 highlights newborn health.
An infographic on shared pathway to maternal and newborn health.
While great progress has been made to improve child survival across the globe, newborn survival continues to lag behind.
The proportion of pregnant women receiving 4 or more antenatal care (ANC) visits has no necessary
relationship with the actual content of those visits.
HRH Princess Sarah Zeid of Jordan talks about maternal and newborn health at the 2014 Women in the World Summit.
To evaluate the effect of the Chiranjeevi Yojana programme, a public–private partnership to improve maternal and neonatal health in Gujarat, India.