On Monday night the MARCH Centre's first report was successfully launched!
The London School’s Director, Peter Piot, introduced and officially launched the report, which was followed by an overview of its contents and purpose by MARCH director, Professor Joy Lawn. The Centre is the central hub for women’s and children’s health within The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, with over 150 members creating synergies for inter-disciplinary research and leadership for change. The IDEAS project is a member of the MARCH Centre.
The Centre vital work is organised around three priority points in the lifecycle:
A – Adolescents and young people achieving healthy transitions
B – Births that are wanted, pregnancies that are safe, babies alive and thriving
C – Children with a healthy start, optimal growth and development