Protecting Women and Children in Zika-Affected Countries

The explosion of the Zika virus in South America, Central America and the Caribbean has provided more vivid evidence of the urgency to invest in pandemic prevention and preparedness. The virus is spread by the day-biting Aedes aegypti mosquito that also carries dengue and chikungunya viruses. Although it was first...

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A Learning Approach for the Post-2015 Agenda

One of the most pressing needs for maternal and newborn health in the post-2015 period is ensuring that life-saving interventions and programs are scaled up with attention to both quality and equitable access, especially to those who are often excluded.

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