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Maternal Health Initiative Oct 5
Thanks for sharing! Access to people-centered, timely, and respectful care is crucial to improving outcomes and achieving Learn more about local QI strategies and global frameworks shaping the future of healthcare delivery🤰🏽
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Shifting birth rates, aging populations, and stalled women's workforce participation are forcing societies to re-evaluate the burden of care. Japan, Hawaii and the UN are all experimenting with ways to better value or alleviate unpaid work.
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“The new competitive space may prove most contentious for 11 minerals for which China and the US are both highly import-reliant on foreign sources of production,” said Andrew Gulley, Mineral Economist at the United States Geological Survey
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Peace operations’ & post-conflict states’ capacity to simultaneously manage peacebuilding & natural resources is often limited, but an increasing body of research & policy experiences shows it can be rewarding in the end. &
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“Through its presence in Tibet, China controls the headwaters of 10 of the 11 major rivers of Asia." China has taken a relatively cooperative approach to sharing water, but climate change and rapid growth threaten to upset this delicate diplomatic balance.
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New Security Beat 23h
“Regardless of whether fragility is caused by climate hazards, countries that have fragile governments are less likely to respond effectively to them. Climate exposure will make ending or avoiding conflict even harder....” Latest from et al.
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New Security Beat Oct 18
“While land issues often receive attention, few people are aware that peacebuilding missions often are directly involved in managing water and sanitation.” Latest analysis from & ,
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New Security Beat Oct 18
In Madagascar, "the ambitious task of assessing quality of care and implementing change involved nearly two-thirds of the country, across 16 regions and 80 districts." Quality care indicators showed promising reductions in maternal and newborn mortality.
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Maternal Health Initiative Oct 9
YOU'RE INVITED! Join on October 23 @ 10am to hear from young people, researchers, and global experts on how to better protect adolescents' health and rights RSVP today:
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New Security Beat Oct 18
Lessons from Post-Conflict States: Peacebuilding Must Factor in Environment and Climate Change - the latest from & ,
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New Security Beat Oct 18
“Regardless of current political divisions, Americans must find common ground here at home to address the profound challenges and opportunities that lie at the two ends of our planet.”
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New Security Beat Oct 18
New report from et al for investigates the “intersection of climate exposure—that reflects exposure to climate hazards—and state fragility worldwide.”
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New Security Beat Oct 17
“Wives, mothers, sisters, daughters — women do an estimated 75 percent of the unpaid work in the world" according to analysis by McKinsey. Unpaid care work performed by women may account for the equivalent of 13 percent of global GDP.
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New Security Beat Oct 17
Eliane Razafimandimby, Chief of Party of USAID’s flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) in Madagascar, offers her thoughts on improving maternal and child health in our latest podcast
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Maternal Health Initiative Oct 16
🚨ONE WEEK AWAY🚨: Join us at the Wilson Center on Oct. 23rd for a discussion on adolescents' sexual and reproductive health and rights and how to prioritize them. RSVP today: 👦👧
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New Security Beat Oct 17
“Once again, we find ourselves witnessing another calamitous hurricane event.... With each and every major disaster, the scientists who study public health in crises ask ourselves, is what we have learned and shared being taken seriously...?” - Fred Burkle
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New Security Beat Oct 17
Hurricane Maria’s Death Toll: Public Health Researchers Voice Frustration
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New Security Beat Oct 17
Saving Lives: Focusing on Outcomes to Improve Maternal and Newborn Healthcare Quality
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New Security Beat Oct 16
Eliane Razafimandimby: Improving the Quality of Maternal and Child Care
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