Wilson Center Workshop Examines Ways To Close Maternal Health Gaps In India

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Francesca Cameron, program assistant with the Wilson Center’s Maternal Health Initiative, discusses a two-day workshop organized by the Wilson Center and the Maternal Health Task Force on improving maternal health in India. Workshop participants discussed the challenges of meeting the needs of rural women in India, the progress made in designing and implementing interventions for women, and the need for a community health approach to close the remaining maternal health gaps in the region (3/23).

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