CHMI publishes a new research brief in partnership with The University of Toronto on the integration of maternal, newborn, and child health with primary care. Download the full document to read the challenges and opportunities presented.
Research indicates that innovative delivery approaches that integrate maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) together with primary care services prevent high rates of maternal mortality in low- to middle-income countries.
CHMI partnered with The University of Toronto’s T-HOPE team to present challenges and opportunities for this integrated service based on data found within CHMI’s database. Of approximately 830 preventable maternal deaths daily, 99% occur in developing countries where attaining MNCH services face operational challenges resulting in poor quality care.