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Session 18:
Community based approaches to improving child and maternal health

Tuesday, December 11
10:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Mbayuwayu
Ngorongoro Wing. 7th Floor

Chair: Rose Nathan Lema, Ifakara Health Research and Development Centre
Discussant: Thepista John, WHO Tanzania

  1. Keneya Ciwara: a program promoting the improvement of child survival in MaliNouhoum Koita, CARE International au Mali; Abdoul Karim Coulibaly, CARE USA

  2. Connecting communities across the region: How best practices in child survival are being sharedAdama Kone, Management Sciences for Health; Chevenee Reavis, Management Sciences for Health; Stephen Redding, Management Sciences for Health

  3. How to help poor women deliver safely?Ndola Prata, University of California, Berkeley; Alisha Graves, Venture Strategies; Maura Graff, University of California, Berkeley; Malcolm Potts, University of California, Berkeley

  4. Using community resources to provide maternal and child health services: lessons learned from developing countriesUbaidur Rob, Population Council; Md. Noorunnabi Talukder, Population Council

  5. Preventing postpartum haemorrhage at homebirthHarshadkumar Sanghvi, JHPIEGO

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