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7th Dec 2015

Accountability for quality of care: Monitoring all aspects of quality across a framework adapted for action

This is the first article in Evidence for Action’s second series published in the International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. This article presents a quality of care framework and a case study of its application for measuring emergency care for mothers and newborns in northern Nigeria.
4th Dec 2015

Evidence for action on improving the maternal and newborn health workforce: The basis for quality care

This is the third article from the Evidence for Action Quality of Care Series published in the International Journal for Gynecology and Obstetrics. The series focuses on different views and evidence on quality of care for mothers and newborns. This article examines improvements in quality of care through a better healthcare workforce.
1st Jan 2016

Spatial distribution of emergency obstetric and newborn care services in Ghana: Using the evidence to plan interventions

This paper is from the Evidence for Action Quality of Care Series published in the International Journal for Gynecology and Obstetrics. It presents evidence on the status of emergency obstetric and newborn care services (EmONC) in Ghana, based on the 2010 Ghana EmONC survey.
29th Jan 2016

The Lancet Series on Breastfeeding 2016

The new Breastfeeding Lancet Series comprises two academic papers along with an editorial, commentaries and a podcast. The series presents new research on the health effects of breastfeeding for mother and child, both short term and long term, the economic impact of investing in breastfeeding, global trends and factors influencing breastfeeding, and the effectiveness of promotion interventions.
29th Jan 2016

MamaYe Infographic on Breastfeeding 2016

MamaYe has produced this infographic to share the evidence on how breastfeeding saves lives. This infographic encourages mothers to breastfeed their babies consistently from birth, bringing their children, and themselves, the many life-enhancing benefits that go with this very natural and caring act.

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