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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Telling your story: Preterm Hafsa Gets Kangaroo Mother Care

Nurunnahar’s first daughter was 11 when she became pregnant for the second time. She was having her antenatal check-up done by a doctor at a nearby private clinic. When her gestational age entered 34th week Nurunnahar went into labor pain. There wasn’t any government health facility around her home at...

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Telling your story: Transforming care for small and sick newborns

Do you have a story to share about transforming care for small and sick newborns? Share your story here! This HNN blog series serves as a platform to share stories of success and challenges in caring for small and sick newborns in low-resource settings. Send a 300-600-word blog about your experience...

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