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CCP’s Tina Suliman writes: “The maternal mortality crisis in the United States emphasizes the truth behind this declaration: It is racism, not race, that is killing America’s Black mothers and babies.”
The big question is this: How can we make the radical change necessary to save mothers and their babies in Northern Nigeria? CCP is taking a deep dive to look for answers.
Global Health: Science and Practice is published by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs’ Knowledge for Health project, which is supported by USAID.
A CCP-led safe motherhood pilot program in Mali was so successful – doubling the number of facility-based births over a short time period – that it’s already being expanded to 38 more villages.
A top priority of Ethiopian health officials is to get more women to give birth in health facilities, rather than at home in their rural villages where they and their newborns are at greater health risk, especially if there are complications. But many women live
While global maternal deaths have declined in the past two decades, a woman dies of pregnancy-related complications every two minutes. No country bears the burden like India which continues to lead the world in maternal mortality, currently comprising nearly 20% of all maternal deaths worldwide.
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