DFID Launches Public Consultation on Reproductive, Maternal and Newborn Health

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Earlier this week, the Department for International Development (DFID) announced a public consultation focused on reproductive, maternal and newborn health. The goal of the consultation is to gather views and opinions from around the world to inform their forthcoming business plan for improving reproductive, maternal and neonatal health.

“We particularly want to hear what people in the UK and around the world have to say on the subject of reproductive, maternal and newborn health. We want to know more about your views, opinions and experiences. This will help us to understand different viewpoints, how these issues might vary in different countries, and how DFID could work better with partners….”

There are four ways to participate in the public consultation: take a short survey, provide in-depth feedback, email a response, or facilitate a group discussion.

Click here to participate–and to learn more about how the consultation works.

Click here to read more about the forthcoming business plan for reproductive, maternal and neonatal health.