Self-Care: A Cost Effective Solution for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health for All
This policy brief is based on a review of literature and interviews with community health, quality-of-care, self-care and MNCH experts.
It explores the possibilities and advantages of a paradigm shift in MNCH that would make self-care a central operating premise. It is also meant to serve as a call to action for all those in a position to ensure that the women and children have the support to realize most basic of desires: to care for themselves.
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- Early Estimates of the Indirect Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Maternal and Child Mortality in Low-income and Middle-income Countries: a Modelling Study
- Evidence to Action (E2A) Project's First-Time Parent Framework
- Home-Based Care Reference Guide for COVID-19
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September 3, 2020