Newborn deaths reduce by 1.3 million in two decades but will take Africa 150 years to reach US/UK newborn survival levels – Study
The first week of life is considered as the riskiest week for newborns but yet many countries are only just beginning postnatal care programmes to reach mothers and babies at this critical time
Mozambique, MCHIP Program Gives Pregnant Women Reasons To Give Birth in Hospitals
Improved maternal health services under the Model Maternities Initiative has increased the number of facility births with a skilled birth attendant present, a critical factor in safeguarding the lives of mother and child.
Mozambique eliminates maternal and neonatal tetanus
Read about how Mozambique has now joined the ranks of 19 other countries that have eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus since 2000.