Maternal Health Task Force


Quality of routine health data collected by health workers using smartphone at primary health care in Ethiopia

Improved postpartum care after a participatory facilitation intervention in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: A mixed method evaluation

Implementation Science to Improve Maternal Health Research and Programs: The Power of Partnerships

Replicating health interventions in new settings or scaling them up requires careful adaptation to reflect the complexity and diversity in different contexts. Implementation science can help generate evidence that is relevant and useful to decision-makers, resulting in practical, positive changes on the ground. Partnerships between researchers, implementers and policymakers are also more

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Current and future availability of and need for human resources for sexual, reproductive, maternal and newborn health in 41 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa

Drivers of health system strengthening: Learning from implementation of maternal and child health programmes in Mozambique, Nepal and Rwanda

Incentivizing Respectful Maternity Care – could PBF promote comprehensive change?