Wilson Center Event Examines Strategies To Improve, Sustain Quality Maternal, Child, Newborn Care

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Isabel Griffith, intern with the Maternal Health Initiative at the Wilson Center, highlights discussion at a recent Wilson Center event on strategies to improve and sustain high-quality reproductive, maternal, and newborn care at scale. Griffith summarizes comments made by the panelists, including Kathleen Hill, maternal health team lead of USAID’s Maternal and Child Survival Program (MSCP), and others (10/3).

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