This post originally appeared on the Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) blog. We are excited to announce the upcoming policy dialogue, After Copenhagen, What Next for Women and Girls? The event will take place in Washington, D.C. at The Wilson Center (andonline!) on Monday, July 18, 2016. This dialogue is part of the Maternal […]
Originally posted on the Maternal Health Task Force Blog MHTF is excited to announce the upcoming policy dialogue, After Mexico City and Before Copenhagen: Keeping Our Promise to Mothers and Newborns, on Wednesday, April 13 in Washington, DC. This dialogue is part of the Maternal Health Task Force’s Advancing Policy Dialogue on Maternal Health Series, in partnership […]
Last month, the Maternal Health Task Force released a new working paper Critical Maternal Health Knowledge Gaps in Low- and Middle-Income Countries for Post-2015: Researchers’ Perspectives. We encourage you to read the paper and think about how these recommendations can shape the landscape for maternal health research, including into maternal morbidities and fistula, over the next few years.