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Following Lutheran World Relief and IMA World Health's acquisition of a private sector company specializing in information and communication technologies for development, CEO Daniel Speckhard explains the value that private sector innovations can bring to the traditional development space.
An estimated $33 billion shortfall affects reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health. Devex explores how using data in the right way can help attract new funding for maternal health projects and maximize their impact.
Drug-resistant infections are on the rise, and low- and middle-income countries are particularly burdened by the challenges posed. In Kenya, an initiative is combating these problems by strengthening local systems and focusing on primary health care.
From big hospitals to small nursing homes, integrated, quality health services are key to positive maternal health. Devex speaks with two key experts helping to assure quality among private providers in India — where approximately 40% of women choose to deliver.