Wilson Center Event Examines Progress In, Priorities For Maternal, Newborn Health

Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program’s “New Security Beat”: After Mexico City and Before Copenhagen: Keeping Our Promise to Mothers and Newborns
Haodan “Heather” Chen, an intern with the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program, recaps an April 13 Wilson Center event during which panelists reviewed progress in maternal and newborn health and priorities through 2030, and discussed efforts to improve policy and programs following the Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference (GMNHC) held in Mexico City in October 2015 and prior to the Women Deliver conference to be held in Copenhagen later this month (5/3).

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