Journal articleDistrict decision-making for health in low-income settings: a case study of the potential of public and private sector data in India and Ethiopia
A study documenting the nature and type of data collected by the public and private health systems, data flow and sharing, use and inter-sectoral linkages in India and Ethiopia.
Journal articleDistrict decision-making for health in low-income settings: a qualitative study in Uttar Pradesh, India, on engaging the private health sector in sharing health-related data
An assessment of the extent of maternal, newborn and child health-related data sharing between the private and public sectors in two districts of Uttar Pradesh, India; analysing barriers to data sharing; and identifying the key inputs required.
ReportChanges in maternal and newborn health care in Ethiopia
The aim of this study was to estimate changes in maternal and newborn health care in areas of Ethiopia where implementation projects funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation were operating.
NewsAccelerating progress in Maternal and Newborn Child Health
How do we scale-up high impact service packages that will accelerate progress in maternal and newborn child health towards the 2030 Sustainable...
NewsWhy is data so vital for maternal, newborn and child health?
What are the challenges ahead in capturing the right data in the right places and the right times? To coincide with the publication...
ReportChanges in maternal and newborn health care in Gombe State, Nigeria
Interactions between families and frontline workers – their frequency, quality, and equity – and coverage of interventions for mothers and newborns in Gombe State, Nigeria.
Journal articleImproved measurement for mothers, newborns and children in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals
An urgent priority in maternal, newborn and child
health is to accelerate the scale–up of cost–effective essential interventions,
ReportChanges in maternal and newborn health care in Uttar Pradesh, India
Interactions between families and frontline workers – their frequency, quality, and equity – and coverage of interventions for mothers and newborns in Uttar Pradesh, India
Research briefCatalysing scale-up of maternal and newborn health innovations in Ethiopia
Scaling-up community-based neonatal sepsis management across a large geographical area produced challenges, yet there have also been positive and enabling factors in Ethiopia
Journal articleMeasuring implementation strength: lessons from the evaluation of public health strategies in low- and middle-income settings
Measuring the strength of programme implementation and assessing its association with outcomes is a promising approach to strengthen pragmatic impact evaluation.