Increasing survival of mothers and newborns: Evidence of action
On 05 November 2015, YLF as an implementing partner for The School of Public Health and Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights are pleased to inform you to take part in a forum to disseminate key lessons learned from the project’s approach to increasing maternal and newborn survival.
The Evidence for Action Project, funded by DfID and implemented by Options UK in six African countries, has promoted maternal and newborn survival in Ghana by working to:
- Improve training and supervision for front line maternal and newborn health workers
- Strengthen client-provider partnerships for improved MNH outcomes
- Improve the use of data for decision making
- Increase and sustain public visibility for maternal and newborn health.
As a key stakeholder in implementation of the E4A Project, particularly the MamaYe Campaign, we would be delighted if you could join us to take stock of our achievements and lessons we learned, as we consider how they may be replicated to increase national efforts to improve maternal survival.