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Corinne Armstrong

Corinne Armstrong

Based at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London, Corinne is an epidemiologist investigating and analysing evidence in maternal and newborn health in Tanzania. Corinne is part of the Technical Support Unit for E4A Tanzania, and her research will ensure that better evidence of how to improve maternal and neonatal survival is available and accessible to all.

With a background in health and human rights, Corinne has experience in advocacy and campaigning on issues of maternal health and sexual and reproductive rights in sub-Saharan Africa and across the globe.  

Corinne has a Masters in Social Epidemiology from University College London and a degree in Anthropology from the University of Bristol.

Invest in the future: defeat malaria

25 April marks World Malaria Day 2014, an occasion for us all to come together to renew our efforts and energise our commitment in fighting malaria. We want to highlight the importance of greater investment in tackling malaria for Tanzanian mothers and newborns.

Working together for our newborns: the Ending Newborn Deaths report

We know that the quality of care available for women needs to improve. That’s why Save the Children has identified this agenda based around essential interventions around birth, that a properly-skilled midwife or trained healthworker can deliver to save newborn lives.