Bloomberg Philanthropies Works With Tanzania To Improve Maternal Health, Family Planning Services

Bloomberg Philanthropies: A Model for Preventing Maternal Deaths
Neena Prasad, director of Obesity Prevention and Maternal & Reproductive Health Programs at Bloomberg Philanthropies, discusses Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Maternal and Reproductive Health Program’s efforts to improve obstetric and family planning services in Tanzania by partnering with the Tanzanian government to make quality maternal health services accessible at the community level (3/8).

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