This Monday marks the start of the first ever Global Maternal Health Conference. The conference is being held in Delhi, India–and will focus on lessons learned, neglected issues, and innovative approaches to reducing maternal mortality and morbidity.
The organizers of the conference, the Maternal Health Task Force at EngenderHealth and the Public Health Foundation of India, are looking forward to a lively online discussion around the happenings of the conference. We have linked up with global health and development professionals around the world to form a team of global bloggers who will share their reactions to the conference sessions–and fuel a robust online dialogue.
Our guest bloggers hail from a number of international health, development, and media institutions including the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Global Health Initiative, Women Deliver, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Centre for Health Policy and Innovation, Earth Sciences University of Cambridge, the Population Council, Gender Across Borders, the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting, and more.
Stay tuned to the MHTF Blog for up-to-date reactions and analysis of the conference sessions.
For information on the live streaming of the conference, click here.