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Mary Kinney
Saving Newborn Lives|passion for maternal and newborn health|mother|UWC PhD candidate|views expressed are my own
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Emanuele Capobianco Jun 14
“The Committee is deeply disappointed that & the affected countries have not received the funding needed for this outbreak” On point but sad to see omit all & partners involved in response
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NYT Health Jun 12
Emerging studies suggest that breast milk is rich in beneficial bacteria when it comes directly from the mother’s breast — but not when the same milk is pumped and delivered later by bottle
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UN Women Jun 12
We need diaper changing tables in men's bathrooms, because childcare is all parents' responsibility, not just women's. Thank you for breaking stereotypes and promoting equality! We . 👏👏
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yogan pillay Jun 13
According to the latest Thembisa modeling South Africa is at 90.5-68.4-88.4 against the 90-90-90 targets for testing, treatment and viral suppression.
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Prof Joy Lawn Jun 12
Great opportunity to shape funding for partnerships and ensure reality beyond rhetoric for equitable partnerships, southern leadership. Hope get great applicants including Pls share widely @lshtm_MARCH
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Sara Nam Jun 12
Australian Senate dedicates over 7 million dollars to research and awareness; amazing achievement thanks to advocacy by stillbirth advocacy working group! . .
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Hannah  Blencowe Jun 11
Activist writes about the steps Australia is taking to reduce throughout the country, and what it took to gain recognition and support. Read new blog here:
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Asha George Jun 11
Taming the Wild West of Digital Health Innovation by Asha George, et al
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HNN Jun 11
. and colleagues wrote about their experiences disseminating the Newborn Health in Settings Field Guide in Uganda and Kenya. Read their blog series here: . Stay tuned for more!
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Anthony Costello Jun 10
Peter Brocklehurst reports on the impact of Caesarean section on subsequent birth outcomes: hysterectomy, adherent placenta, microbiome effects on asthman, eczema, diabetes, obesity, and the emotional impact on the maternal infant bond.
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MNH Accelerator for Humanitarian Settings Jun 10
1 in 5 don’t live until their 5th birthday in . Dr Gody proves that good healthcare for and is possible, and the can further support the transition to
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Bill Chambers Jun 6
⁩ and multilateral colleagues launching roadmap, ⁦⁩, to respond to terribly high mortality of mothers and babies on day of birth. “A small revolution starts here.”
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Laura Kerr Jun 6
I read a lot of global health stats, and unfortuantely they don't all shock me anymore. But the figures in this article do. The scale of the impact of undernutrition on lost lives, stunted growth, and the African economy terrify me.
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The BMJ Jun 7
A survey of 1.2 million women from more than half of the world’s countries has found that the thing they most wanted from reproductive and maternal health services was to be treated with respect and dignity
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Mark Shriver Jun 6
Hundreds of minors are being held at U.S. border facilities beyond legal time limits. This is a violation of children’s rights! We must urge our leaders to uphold the rights of all children!
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Sarah Zeid Jun 5
This event is a must! discussing how we are going to put the N back into RMnCAH in humanitarian settings.
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Mary Kinney Jun 5
If you are at - NETWORK! There is evidence in the pack: Women Who Support Women Are More Successful. said “There is a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." Ek!
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Etienne Franca Jun 3
is here! Don't miss events with key partners! Follow and learn more:
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C3 India Jun 4
“Health systems must have built in flexibilty and platforms where women can give feedback, so that health services are responsive to the needs of all women, especially of those who feel left out or face stigma” -
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