IDEAS is using new qualitative data collection methods to try and elicit more in-depth information from recent mothers and family members on maternal and newborn care behaviours. The study aims to understand the mechanisms that drive recent mothers and their family members to change their maternal and newborn care behaviours, and what role frontline workers play in these mechanisms. The study will collect data from Ethiopia and Nigeria. It is led by Dr Zelee Hill and Pauline Scheelbeek.
Images were taken during the pilot testing phase of the study with Health Extension Workers (HEWs).
Images © Nolawi Taddesse
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