New Case Study: Maternal and Reproductive Health in Tanzania
We’re pleased to be able to share our most recent case study, “Maternal and Reproductive Health Program Handover in Tanzania.”
A Maternal and Reproductive Health Program initiated by Bloomberg Philanthropies and H&B Agerup helped prevent the deaths of 2,200 mothers in the Kigoma region, one of the riskiest places in Tanzania for women to give birth. The Global Health Advocacy Incubator supported local partners to advocate for the regional government and the local community to take ownership of the program.
To learn more, including our approach and lessons learned, please read the case study.
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