Since 2000, Save the Children’s Saving Newborn Lives program has worked with governments and partners to develop and support the adoption of affordable and effective ways to improve newborn health and survival.
Health experts, politicians, policymakers and donors in Pakistan push for political groups to include RMNCH and nutrition at their own regional and national forums.
The Norway-India Partnership Initiative (NIPI) will be expanded to complement the existing efforts to scale-up newborn care in several Indian states.
While the government and its partners are making strides to improve healthcare in Nigeria, linger problems with childbirth care continue to impact their efforts.
The Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) is soon leading an implementation research undertaking to test community initiatives for maternal and newborn healthcare.
New one-year pilot program launches Upper East region to combat neonatal mortality.
As the 67th meeting of the United Nations General Assembly gets underway, The Lancet is publishing a collection of papers outlining the latest thinking on how this can be achieved, as well as highlighting critical issues of accountability and equity.
Interview with Muna Irdis of the UNFPA in Jordan highlights improvements, next steps needed to meet MDG 4 and 5.
New state initiative to add sick newborn care unit (SNCU) to several communities in Indian state of Jharkhand seeks to reduce infant mortality rate.
83,000 die each year, experts tell The Daily Star-Save the Children roundtable.