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Women Deliver Young Leaders Advocate to Advance RMNCAH in Nigeria

By: Ajidagba Emman Babatunde, Women Deliver Young Leader Alumnus

Young people took center stage at a three-day inaugural summit titled “Accountability Now, Advancing RMNCAH in Nigeria,” organized by the Federal Ministry of Health in collaboration with Champions for Change, the public health institute, and other major stakeholders with supports from many international organizations including Women Deliver on February 16-18, 2016. The aim of the summit was to incorporate the Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs)into the country’s effort to ensure the accountability of life-saving health care delivery for marginalized women, newborns, children and youths in Nigeria. The summit was an advocacy conference on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH), where key leaders, innovators, and technical experts aimed to highlight the need and opportunities for RMNCAH within Nigeria. Read more...

Celebrate Solutions: Partnership to Save Women and Babies in Uganda, Zambia, and Nigeria

By: Sara Pellegrom; Women Deliver

Last week, at the Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference, USAID and partners released the Saving Mothers, Giving Life Mid-Initiative Report. Halfway through the five-year project, the report highlights a reduction of nearly 50 percent in maternal deaths in targeted Ugandan and Zambian facilities. Read More...

 

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