Developing data use capacity in the maternal, newborn, child health and nutrition sector in Malawi, Mali, Mozambique and Tanzania: an evolving strategy

This post was originally published as a commentary in the Journal of Global Health here. Alongside the Sustainable Development Goals is a call for a “data revolution” that will “monitor progress, hold governments accountable, and foster sustainable development”. With recent technological advances, the amount and types of data available to...

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Disrupting the Status Quo from the Front Lines

Standing in the small waiting room of a crowded neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in Uganda, Yonah, a young nurse with relentless commitment and contagious passion, looks up at the board where newborns deaths have been tallied for the month of August. “This board is a reminder of the progress...

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