Exploring the socio-cultural, economic, and topographical factors contributing to maternal mortality in the context of rural India led to the development of an emergency referral system through the SHARE project that is dynamic, results-oriented, and replicable.
Working to educate men in Nicaragua about maternal and newborn health and the importance of their involvement with their wives.
The Newborn Community Health Project, Kijabe Hospital trains individuals to share accurate health messages promoting newborn and maternal health in their communities. Learn more…
Evidence-Based Best Practices To Address Maternal Mortality
with Dr. Monique V. Chireau, Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Division of Clinical and Epidemiologic Research for the Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology at Duke University Medical Center.
Help develop a global network of men & women, individuals & organizations, committed to the broader health needs of girls and women.
Join us as we promote continued progress in reducing maternal mortality worldwide through community education, research, and opportunities to make a difference.
Individuals and organizations who have already joined the Network.