April 2022 Collective – Respectful Care
These engaging regional dialogues represented a unique opportunity to amplify the voices from Africa and Asia exploring strategies to move respectful care into practice, drawing on current evidence and country experiences. Panelists from diverse vantage points, from advocacy to health systems to research, came together to reflect on what is needed to ensure that respectful maternal and newborn care becomes a reality for all.
Every woman, newborn, and child has the right to the highest standard of care, including the right to dignified respectful and quality care no matter where they live.Melissa Jones, USAID
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So far what we have learned is that a stand-alone [compassionate and respectful care] strategy helped ensure dedication, earmarking, and better clearer implementation across various regions.Dr. Yunis Mussema Abdella, Ethiopia
How can we build inclusive systems where we are taking into consideration what people define, understand, and want to experience as respect?Dr. Tamar, Lebanon