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Delivering Solutions: Advancing Dialogue To Improve Maternal Health

Delivering Solutions: Advancing Dialogue To Improve Maternal Health

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We have to do the things we know how to do, and we know a great deal; the world already possesses the knowledge of what it takes to reduce maternal mortality. A number of specific recommendations emerged from the meetings organized as part of the Advancing Dialogue on Maternal Health series, and in the details come greater chances of carrying through on what needs to happen. The concrete actions these recommendations point to are often low-cost, use existing system elements or technologies, and build on our current knowledge base
We have to do the things we know how to do, and we know a great deal; the world already possesses the knowledge of what it takes to reduce maternal mortality. A number of specific recommendations emerged from the meetings organized as part of the Advancing Dialogue on Maternal Health series, and in the details come greater chances of carrying through on what needs to happen. The concrete actions these recommendations point to are often low-cost, use existing system elements or technologies, and build on our current knowledge base

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Published by: The Wilson Center on Sep 05, 2012
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Delivering Solutions:
Advancing Dialogue To Improve 
Maternal Health
By 
Margaret E. Greene
and 
Calyn Ostrowski
 
By Margaret E. Greee,
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ad Caly Ostrowski,
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Edited by Rssell Sticklor 
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www.wisc.g/gahahwww.wscia.g/
Diig Sis:
Adacig Dialoge To Imroe 
Maa Hah
 
The Woodrow Wilson International Center or Scholars’ (WWICS) Global HealthInitiative would like to sincerely thank all o its interns, Courtney Baxter, RamonaGodbole and Theresa Polk, or preparing event reports and background materialsduring the maternal health dialogue series. Additional gratitude and thanks to theEnvironmental Change and Security Program who helped coordinate and supportthe 2009–2011 series. Your eorts and hard work helped to make the dialogueseries a success. Thank you!This report was generously unded by the Maternal Health Task Force (MHTF) andUnited Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
Cover Photo: Two mothers andbabies at a mobile clinic in Tanzania(Photo by David Scott, courtesy of Church Mission Society)

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