Our work has enabled more than 100 public hospitals to provide emergency obstetric care & helped to reduce the maternal mortality ratio by 70%
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Using quality of institutional care (QuIC) assessments to strengthen emergency obstetric and newborn care services
In Kenya, around 5,000 maternal deaths, nearly 29,000 newborn deaths and over 31,000 stillbirths occur each year because of the poor quality of health care. This brief demonstrates…
Find out how we developed a mentorship programme in Bungoma County to address acute staff shortages in two major health facilities.
Sierra Leone has recently confirmed that the Pujehun Government Hospital is ready and able to provide emergency obstetric and newborn care services.
Find out how our Evidence for Action (E4A) programme has played a critical role in developing Lancet Global Health's countdown case study on Malawi.