Call for Papers: Neglected Populations – Decreasing Inequalities & Improving Measurement in Maternal Health
The Maternal Health Taskforce is calling for papers to draw attention to issues of inequality within maternal health, with a particular focus on new and innovative measurement tools and approaches to track disparities and guide efforts to reduce them.
Malika Ndlovu pays tribute to her stillborn daughter Iman, made with immeasurable love.
Stanford University global health expert, Gary Darmstadt answers key questions about ending preventable stillbirths.
In this blog, Katie Taylor outlines how USAID has both contributed to preventing stillbirths and in authoring the new research in the Lancet Ending Preventable Stillbirths Series.
We’re thrilled that MamaYe activists in Koinadugu district are working to establish a MamaYe community based organisation. The MamaYe Koinadugu advocacy group recently received capacity building training from the E4A team to help them continue the MamaYe campaign.
MamaYe Nigeria's Accountability Mechanism for Maternal and Newborn Health in Bauchi State consistently advocated for improved health system and health budget in the State by working with the media and CSOs. Their efforts paid off when the governor, Barrister Mohammed A. Abubakar proposed the much encouraged 15% of the State's total budget to health!