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1st Jan 2016

Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes: National Implementation of the International Code: Status Report 2016

In this report, the World Health Organization, UNICEF and the International Baby Food Action Network provide updates on the legal status of implementing the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes in countries to protect and promote breastfeeding, including approaches to monitor and enforce the Code.
4th Jul 2017

UNFPA PRESS RELEASE: World Population Day 2017 - Celebration

Investing in family planning is key to saving women’s lives in Sierra Leone. FREETOWN, Sierra Leone, 4 July 2017 – Investing in family planning was the main theme that ran throughout the satellite event held today in the run up to World Population Day, which is celebrated on 11 July every year. The celebratory event organised by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, and the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, highlighted that investing in family planning is investing in the health and rights of women and couples worldwide.
1st Sep 2015

CARMMA and African Health Stats – Accountability Made in Africa

In this case study, we describe the involvement of our international team in the re-activation of the Campaign on Accelerated Reduction of Maternal Mortality in Africa from country to regional level by creating a full campaign website hosted by the African Union (AU), as well as the development of a second-AU hosted and managed website called African Health Stats, launched in November 2014.
27th Dec 2016

The antepartum stillbirth syndrome: risk factors and pregnancy conditions identified from the INTERGROWTH-21st Project

In this paper, the authors present their findings on the Newborn Cross-Sectional Study as part of the Intergrowth-21st Project. The study aimed to explore the risk factors related to antepartum stillbirth by examining foetal-growth and pregnancy outcomes of women who received ultrasounds and good antenatal care during pregnancy in eight urban settings worldwide.

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