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An initiative by MSD helping create a world where no woman has to die giving life. Page intended for residents outside the U.S. and Canada.
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“Together, we‘re pushing for more impact, greater progress, and greater purpose not just for today, but also for generations to come.” – Lead Learn more about our commitment to help create a world where no woman has to die giving life.
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Mary-Ann Etiebet 3h
So proud that $500MM commitment to create a world where no woman has to die giving life is helping to realize the vision and accelerate progress to .
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Explore trends, key drivers affecting maternal mortality, and country factsheets using ’s latest tool, the Maternal Health Atlas. Learn more:
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What are the greatest threats to a mother’s health? Explore causes of death or disability in women, and compare how the biggest threats to in different countries have changed over time.
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Mary-Ann Etiebet 4h
We’re looking in-depth at trends in from around the world & excited to announce the launch of the Maternal Health Atlas from with . Together & empowered by data we can get to . Learn more:
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About 800 women die every day due to preventable maternal mortality globally and 20% come from India, according to . Through , we’re creating programs to reverse this trend. Learn more:
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MSDforMothers Nov 12
Adequate and consistent delivery of clinical and patient-centered care are ongoing challenges in India. To address this, and its collaborators launched a quality improvement certification program for private facilities called . Learn more:
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Devex Nov 11
From big hospitals to small nursing homes, integrated, quality health services are key to positive maternal health. ( by ) 👇
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Mary-Ann Etiebet Nov 12
Making connections on the ! So excited to see team from who are partnering with colleagues as part of to help .
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MSDforMothers Nov 11
In the country with the highest maternal mortality rate in the world, a public health specialist is helping improve healthcare services for women. Learn more about Flaviour Nhawu at the Crossing The River exhibition in London on Nov. 27:
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MSDforMothers Nov 11
“I march for my daughters, all of our daughters, sisters, friends, and partners who deserve a world where no woman has to die giving life.“ – Lead on this . We march to help . Will you march with us?
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Mary-Ann Etiebet Nov 10
So exciting to hear multiple examples of impactful private sector engagement - including collaborations - shared . In many countries filling gaps - especially at - & driving innovation to meet goals.
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Devex Nov 11
Manyata, India’s quality-improvement and certification program, aims to improve adherence to clinical standards among private maternity facilities in India. ( by )
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Mary-Ann Etiebet Nov 9
On my way to . a world where no woman has to die while giving life.
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MSD Romania Nov 8
It is ! Pregnant women and infants are the most vulnerable members of society. Learn more about our Mother & Child project in Greece in the Program Report
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MSD Belgium Nov 8
Quality of emergency obstetric/neonatal care improved by Safe Delivery App based on guidelines. Thanks to app, health workers’ skills in handling complications increased by more than 100%.
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MSDforMothers Nov 8
How can we ensure that women receive quality care wherever they seek care? The Manyata program trains and certifies private maternal health providers across India on key standards of care. Learn more about on :
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Devex Nov 8
How can we ensure that women receive quality care wherever they seek care? The Manyata program trains and certifies private maternal health providers across India on key standards of care. ( by : )
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MSDforMothers Nov 8
How can we deliver our promise to advance women’s maternal health and reach ? This , let’s join the discussion on how can we help accelerate the progress made to reduce maternal mortality everywhere.
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MSDforMothers Nov 7
Maternal health advocates are marching every day to help save mothers, babies, and communities. We march with them this to help to . What do you march for?
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