Newborn Health in Humanitarian Settings: Five Year Strategy

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Recently Completed Projects

Lead Faculty:

Samira Sami

Over the last several years, a concerted effort by IAWG members under the leadership of Save the Children and UNICEF led to the development of an inter-agency newborn health in humanitarian settings field guide and associated newborn supply kits. While newborn health care delivery has garnered interest and funding in the last year, there is still a lot to do to ensure that it is systematically integrated and delivered. To further global commitment and be held accountable, we are proposing the development of a five-year strategic vision and workplan.


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