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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.
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1st Sep 2015

The Mara Region Strategy: a cocktail of ownership, evidence, and accountability

In this case study, we recount how Evidence for Action Tanzania supported the Mara Region of Tanzania to develop a new regional strategy to accelerate the reduction of maternal and newborn mortality until 2016. This case study is part of our book, MamaYe Evidence for Action Stories of Change: Selected Case Studies.
1st Sep 2015

Ownership of evidence builds political will behind Tanzania's Sharpened One Plan

In this case study, we recount how Evidence for Action (E4A) Tanzania participated in the mid-term review of Tanzania’s Health Sector Strategic Plan and led the qualitative component of the review conducted by Ministry of Health staff. This case study is part of our book, MamaYe Evidence for Action Stories of Change: Selected Case Studies.
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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