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This project will address high maternal and newborn mortality in Tanzania by adapting and implementing a maternal and newborn health intervention approach that follows the MamaToto process.
Health care in rural Tanzania
This project will develop and test novel, creative, and bold business models that increase the participation of youth in fish and maize post-harvest value chains in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
African youth and agriculture
Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire are neighbouring countries with similar resource endowments and socio-cultural environments but very different economic development strategies. This project will compare how differences in growth patterns and job creation in
Maternal and child health is a priority for Nigeria, but there are significant challenges and opportunities at state levels that influence efforts to reduce deaths. This project will contribute to government efforts in Delta State to improve
This project will provide evidence for how systems-wide quality improvements can enhance maternal and newborn health outcomes at the district, health facility, and community levels in Tanzania.
Healthy women, healthy
There has been considerable success in integrating gender in agricultural research. However, projects, programs, and organizations often still struggle with the challenge of moving from gender analysis to implementation of transformative actions
This project aims to support community-based services that will improve maternal health in Ethiopia, a country with some of the worst health indicators in sub-Saharan Africa. Women's use of maternal and child health services has significant gaps
This project aims to reduce maternal, newborn, and child deaths in Tanzania. The Government of Tanzania has placed a high priority on this issue. Healthcare service coverage has increased in recent years, but there are still significant geographic,
The Southern Voice on Post-MDG International Development Goals network, known as Southern Voice, emerged from the first Think Tank Initiative (TTI) Exchange in Cape Town, South Africa, in 2012. Since then, the network has created a unique space for
One woman dies in childbirth in Tanzania every hour. With such high rates of maternal and newborn mortality, this project will address the problem by giving community health workers greater skills to assess and treat women, while extending the