This month, Concern Worldwide US hosted a launch event for its new learning paper Reaching the Most Vulnerable: New Frontiers in Child Survival, which details specific lessons and recommendations from Concern’s 14 years of experience implementing child survival programming in six countries across Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
Concern Worldwide is an MCHIP partner, and MCHIP oversees the USAID Child Survival and Health Grants Program (CSHGP).
Hosted at the Irish Ambassador’s Residence in Washington, DC, the event included remarks from Concern Worldwide CEO Tom Arnold, the Ambassador of Ireland Michael Collins, Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson, and the USAID CSHGP Team Leader, Nazo Kureshy.
“Concern is committed to finding innovative ways to achieve results that will benefit the most vulnerable,” said Tom Arnold, CEO of Concern Worldwide. “We constantly strive to learn from what we do and to share that learning with others. We hope that this booklet, the product of reflection, action and learning over the past 14 years, will contribute to better practice and policy, resulting in fewer deaths and healthier children."
To read more about the event, click here. And to download the paper, click here.