African Academy Of Sciences Releases Report Detailing Ways To Improve MNCH Care On Continent

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“Today on International Women’s Day, the African Academy of Sciences and the Academy of Medical Sciences publish a report detailing ways to improve maternal, neonatal, and child (MNCH) care on the continent. … Listing the four grand challenges that need to be addressed for better MNCH care on the continent, the report offers research discovery and implementation in response to reducing maternal and newborn deaths through: Better care during pregnancy … Better care at birth … Better hospital care of sick newborns … Better postnatal care for women and their newborns…” (3/8).

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