This article, published in the journal Reproductive Health, highlights the results of a household survey of 4,000 married women who had given birth in the two years before the survey was conducted in Sindh province, Pakistan. The survey collected data on socio-economic and demographic variables, the quality of antenatal care provided during a woman’s last pregnancy, and whether she delivered …
Case studies from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Nepal, Pakistan, Rwanda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program Indicator Survey 2013 was conducted to provide data on key indicators required to monitor the implementation of maternal, newborn, and child health and family planning/reproductive health interventions in Sindh and Punjab provinces under a five-year MCH Program funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. This report presents findings for Sindh province.
This advocacy briefer highlights experiences with Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) in the Philippines, and includes a personal story of a mother whose newborn benefitted from the technique.
This analysis is based on the 2006-07 Demographic and Health Survey (DHS) data from Pakistan. It summarizes key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning, and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum.
Drawing on evidence from Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, and Nigeria, this article examines how the Global Polio Eradication Initiative utilized monitoring and evaluation data to focus and improve the quality and impact of communication activities.
Published in the online journal Contraception, this article discusses intrauterine devices as effective as immediate and long-acting contraception in the postpartum period. This case series reviews the experience in one hospital in Paraguay over a 10-year period of time. To read the abstract, click here. To download the article, click here.
This brief provides an overview of the international nongovernmental organizations-designed innovations currently supported by the Child Survival and Health Grants Program, and the operations research poised to advance policies and strategies at the national and global levels.