Webinar: Helping Babies Breathe catalyzing Helping Babies Survive

Ethiopia, Nigeria, India

This webinar will analyze lessons learned from a Global Development Alliance and its future plans.

‘Helping Babies Survive’, new survival package for Asian countries launched in Bangladesh


Leading experts, government officials, representatives from the UN agencies and USAID have rolled out a new newborn survival package for the Asian countries in Dhaka.

Workshop on ‘Helping Babies Breathe’ held at LUMHS


The goal of the HBB initiative is to have at least one person skilled in neonatal resuscitation at the birth of every child.

Ghana: Vice President’s wife concerned about newborn motality


The wife of the Vice President, Mrs Matilda Amissah-Arthur, has expressed concern about the increasing newborn mortality rate (NMR) in the country and called for concerted efforts by the general public to deal with the issue.

Johnson & Johnson Partners with Save the Children to Help Millions of Children over the Next 3 Years

Malawi, Uganda

The multi-million dollar, multi-year commitment will cover core mission support; program support to improve newborn survival; local activation; and gift-in-kind services.

Mercy Ships and Laerdal – Helping Babies Breathe Easier in Congo


“The midwives who deliver the babies did not have direct access to emergency medication, proper resuscitation methods or doctors. This needed to change.”

MamaNatalie Birth Simulator Provides ‘Realistic And Affordable Training In Maternal And Newborn Care’

Tanzania, United Republic of

The Helping Babies Breathe training program in Tanzania has been using MamaNatalie since 2010, and has reduced newborn deaths linked to asphyxia by 47 percent, ABC News reported.

Bangladesh: US support for newborn care


US Ambassador Dan Mozena visits Bangabandu Sheikh Mujib Medical University and learns more about birth asphyxia and the Helping Babies Breathe initiative.

Ending infant mortality worldwide requires that birth attendants address birth asphyxia

Tanzania, United Republic of, Kenya

The ICM meeting dedicated a core session to HBB, including providing attendees hands-on HBB introductory training and a related symposium that debated why little progress has been made in combating infant mortality in Africa.

Program reduces newborn deaths in India


Two years after the start of the HBB program, researchers evaluated its effectiveness and found that infant mortality dropped 30 per cent in areas of India where it was used.??