Sarah Moxon looks back on her years as a neonatal nurse, when she experienced first-hand the challenges of caring for sick and premature newborns and the impact this has on families. She considers the challenges to delivering quality care and how this is shaped by the health systems in which you are working.
Professor of Paediatrics, Lulu Mussa Muhe, asks for more research to be done to understand the causes of preterm birth.
Julius Mukunda, the newly elected Chair of the Africa Health Budget Network Steering Committee, is delighted to be part of an exciting journey of reinventing and revitalising the Network.
Esther Agbon from MamaYe Nigeria shares her experience and passion for budget advocacy with the White Ribbon Alliance in Tanzania.
Kate Kerber, Africa Regional Specialist with Saving Newborn Lives/Save the Children explains how to make every birth and death count, and keep us on the path of ending preventable deaths worldwide.
The Women Deliver conference in May shared stories of progress and hope, discussed challenges, and proposed solutions to some of the most pressing health and rights issues facing girls and women today. Please join panelists who will present in-country perspectives on key maternal health takeaways and the implications for the health and rights agenda in their countries.