The webinar presents findings from latest HBB report of 2015. The Helping Babies Breathe programme is an evidence-based educational programme, which teaches birth attendants in low resource settings simple steps to resuscitate newborns who are unable to breathe at birth.
This report from the Global Development Alliance outlines the strengths and challenges encountered during the implementation of the Helping Babies Breathe programme. This evidence-based educational programme has been on-going since 2010 and teaches birth attendants in low resource settings simple steps to resuscitate newborns who are unable to breathe at birth.
To mark World Blood Donor Day on 14 June 2015 MamaYe have produced this factsheet to summarise the evidence on Nigeria’s blood services. It includes how much blood is collected and how much blood is needed.
The Every Newborn Progress Report provides a concise summary of activities since the endorsement of ENAP in May 2014. It highlights actions taken at the country, regional, and global level to ensure newborn survival and prevent stillbirths.
This study uses population-level data to estimate the prevalence of symptoms of vaginal fistula in sub-Saharan Africa. The study found that 3 per 1000 women of reproductive age have ever had fistula symptoms and 1 out of 1000 women of reproductive age currently had fistula symptoms.