Innovating to improve the health of women and children
July 17, 2013 Editor 0
Poor maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) remains a critical challenge in many countries. Every year, almost 300,000 mothers and 7.6 million children under the age of five die from largely preventable causes, and the vast majority of these deaths occur in developing regions. Innovative solutions are needed to improve the delivery of care in MNCH – but which private sector models are working and have the potential to transform the health of women and children in resource-constrained settings?
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