April 2022 Collective – Tracking Progress

Tracking Progress

This session provided an overview of the latest evidence on maternal and newborn mortality and stillbirths, coverage of evidence-based interventions, and the effects of the COVID 19 pandemic on maternal and newborn health.  Various panelists will share lessons learned and bring together the perspectives of researchers, policy-makers and implementers on the current state, challenges and opportunities for maternal and newborn health programming and monitoring. Questions will range from changes in the delivery of care to the identification of emerging innovations for strengthening data systems, framed within the context of the path to the SDGs.

Let’s use data sources in creative ways and build capacity [for data use] within local teams so that we can act on data to solve local problems.

Dr. Choolwe Jacobs, Zambia

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Resources

Speakers

Co-Director MARCH Centre (Maternal Adolescent Reproductive & Child Health)

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

United Kingdom

Statistics and Monitoring Specialist

UNICEF

United States

International Center for Equity in Health

Universidade Federal de Pelotas

Brazil

Head, West Africa Regional Office

African Population and Health Research Center

Lecturer/Reseacher

University of Zambia

Zambia

Co-Director

CIWEC Hospital and Travel Medicines Center

Nepal

Instituto Nacional de Saúde

Mozambique

Vice President, Global Health

Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI)

Ghana

Executive Director

Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit

India

Deputy Director Programs/Health System

Ministry of National Health Services, Regulation and Coordination

Pakistan