Past eventQuality of Community Based Newborn Care in Ethiopia
Community-Based Newborn Care (CBNC) is an Ethiopian national initiative launched in March 2013 as a means of bringing life-saving care to mothers...
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...
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 briefSummary of IDEAS maternal and newborn household and facility surveys in Ethiopia for local health officials
Two page summary of IDEAS household and facility surveys in Ethiopia for local health officials
Journal articleMaternal, newborn, and child health and the Sustainable Development Goals-a call for sustained and improved measurement [Comment]
This paper was written by measurement experts, and discusses how to improve meausrement for women, adolescents, children and newborns in the face of the new Sustainable Development Goals.
Journal articleAdding Content to Contacts: Measurement of High Quality Contacts for Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia, North East Nigeria, and Uttar Pradesh, India
Families in high mortality settings need regular contact with high quality health services. This paper presents a method for estimating the population level coverage of high quality contacts.
ReportMaternal and newborn health care. Baseline findings from Gombe State, Nigeria
The baseline study, carried out in Gombe State, North-Eastern Nigeria, in 2012, gathered information about the frequency, quality and equity of interactions that women have with frontline workers during pregnancy, delivery and in the first 28 days after birth, to estimate the coverage of life-saving interventions that frontline workers are able to deliver to mothers and newborns.