By the time you finish reading this blog, 71 newborns will have died globally, including 15 in India alone. Yet India has made major strides in reducing deaths of babies within the first 28 days of life. Recent reports suggest that more than eight in ten women deliver in health...Read More
In the recent Astana Declaration, countries around the world vowed to strengthen their primary health care systems as a step towards universal health coverage. Ensuring effective decision-making in low and middle-income countries’ public health systems has never been more important. But despite increased pressure on the performance of health managers...Read More
Originally published on IDEAS. IDEAS' Dr Tanya Marchant explores the results of the latest reports What changes have we seen in the delivery of life saving interventions and facility readiness for mothers and newborns in Ethiopia, Gombe State in Nigeria and the state of Uttar Pradesh in India? The latest...Read More
How can you get your health innovation to benefit more women and babies in Ethiopia, Nigeria and India?
The skill of achieving scale-up is a craft, not a science.Read More
Upheaval, disasters and disease make it easy to forget the thousands in Northeastern Nigeria born too soon. Let’s not! Let’s count every newborn
Traditional beliefs add to Nigeria’s complex problems of “everyday diseases”, natural disasters and political instability.Read More