Quality of Maternal & Newborn Services – a learning resource

Welcome!

This resource provides an overview of the key issues in relation to Quality of Maternal and Newborn (MNH) Services, and signposts key resources for further reading.

Originally designed for the cadre of Health Advisers at DFID, it has been adapted to suit a broad range of actors involved in strengthening policy and programming interventions.

Before you get started, please have a look at the the introductory presentation, below.

Presentation slides given by Adrian Bannister (representing HEART) and Sue Newport (independent technical consultant) to Health Advisers at the learning resource launch at DFID Whitehall, 16th June 2015.

For up-to-date resources on the Quality of Maternal and Newborn Services, please visit the main HEART website, which also includes
resources on Nutrition, Health, WASH, Social Protection and Education.

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To help you think about your own needs and explore the package accordingly, we have divided it into to two main components:

Inform

What are the issues, concepts and frameworks that I need to get to grips with? What does the latest evidence indicate?

Engage

What can we learn from experience with and beyond DFID’s portfolio of work, about making progress towards quality outcomes in MNH?

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Quality of Maternal & Newborn Services – a learning resource was last modified: December 6th, 2018 by admin