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APR
16

Innovations for Health Winners Announced

Ashoka Changemakers and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Pioneer Portfolio announced the winners of the competition that focused on seeking health care solutions from anywhere in the world that have the potential to be applied in other countries to improve health and health care. Please visit the Changemakers Web site for information on the proposed solutions.

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APR
6

Connections between Healthy Mom and Healthy Newborn

Recent research from Aga Khan University identifies which maternal and newborn health interventions benefit both mother and newborn.

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APR
4

Accountability for MNCH Report

As follow-up to the Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health, Countdown to 2015 released Accountability for Maternal, Newborn & Child Survival: An update on progress in priority countries, with updated profiles on high-burden priority countries that account for over 95% of maternal and child deaths. The profiles in this publication highlight how well each country is doing in increasing coverage of high-impact interventions that can save the lives of millions of women and children.

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MAR
26

Non-invasive test for Anemia

During a recent TED talk, TED Fellow Myshkin Ingawale described how (after 32 tries) he and his team created a simple, portable, low-cost device that can test for anemia without breaking the skin.

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MAR
21

Clinical and Community Action to Address Postpartum Hemorrhage

Pathfinder is working in four countries, India, Nigeria, Peru and Tanzania, directing projects aimed at reducing morbidity and mortality associated with postpartum hemorrhage. In each country, Pathfinder’s methodology, including a model based on advocacy, clinical interventions, and community engagement, varies according to the particular cultural and social context.

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