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Child Health and Maternal Health

Who's got the power? Transforming health systems for women and children

 


The central thrust of Who's Got the Power? is that dramatic, meaningful, sustainable progress toward decreasing child and maternal mortality requires an intense focus on improving health systems. The authors highlight that change is possible and they advance a comprehensive action plan that recommends the rapid and equitable sale-up of interventions such as integrated management of childhood illness, the universal provision of emergency obstetric care and sexual and reproductive health services, and the provision of strengthened health systems.
Download the Child Health and Maternal Health Reports
* SUMMARY
(691KB)
* Complete
(1.85MB)
* Front matter
(579KB)
1. Chapters 1-2
(299KB)
2. Chapters 3-4
(762KB)
3. Chapters 5-7
(257KB)
* Notes & References
(274KB)

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