Parents in Managua, Nicaragua apply Kangaroo Mother Care to improve outcomes of low birth weight and premature infants. Photo by URC.
Midwives in Tahoua, Niger improved care and productivity through team-based performance management. Photo by Lauren Crigler, Initiatives Inc.
Village health team members in Uganda discuss strategies to improve maternal and newborn health within the community. Photo by Mary Nasibere, URC.
Interactive role-playing with mothers groups in Pakistan to increase awareness about injection safety. Photo by Dr. Arshad Altaf, Bridge Consultants.
In Nigeria, USAID ASSIST is supporting the scale-up of national standards for vulnerable children programming in seven core service areas. Photo by URC Nigeria.
Mother and newborn in Kabul, Afghanistan, where post-partum family planning counseling was integrated into routine delivery care. Photo by Annie Clark, URC.
Expert patients in Morogoro, Tanzania role-play to practice counseling other patients with HIV self-management. Photo by Suzanne Gaudreault, URC.
Male involvement has been linked to better adherence and outcomes in PMTCT services. Photo by Taroub Faramand, WI-HER.
This paper frames the upcoming session at the Salzburg Global Seminar titled, “Better Health Care: How do we learn about improvement?” to be held from July 10-15, 2016.
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