East/West Ballroom Oral Abstracts
May 09, 2023 16:10 - 17:10(Africa/Johannesburg)
20230509T1610 20230509T1710 Africa/Johannesburg Country Showcase

IMNHC 2023 offers a unique opportunity for countries to gather in person to network, exchange knowledge, and learn from one another.

Nearly 28 official country delegations were selected through an expression of interest and competitive review process. Delegations will have the opportunity to share learnings, innovations, and best practices through a special Country Showcase session. Below are the topics each country will be presenting on.

PavillionCountryTitleSmall and Sick Newborns (SSNB)BangladeshScaling up Special Care Newborn Unit and Kangaroo Mother Care for the Survival of Small and Sick NewbornSmall and Sick Newborns (SSNB)MalawiProgress on Small and Sick Newborn Care in MalawiSmall and Sick Newborns (SSNB)RwandaScaling up of Small and Sick Newborn Care in Two DecadesSmall and Sick Newborns (SSNB)Sierra LeoneImproving Neonatal Survival through Establishment of Special Care Baby Units (SCBUs) in Sierra LeonePopulation covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONC)Burkina FasoEvolution of Maternal and Child Health Financing Strategies in Burkina Faso 2000 - 2022Population covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONCBurundiAccelerate the Reduction of Maternal and Neonatal Mortality in BurundiPopulation covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONCTanzaniaTanzania's Experience in Improving Availability and Accessibility to Life-saving Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (EmONC)Population covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONCUgandaStrengthening the Availability and Use of MPDSR Data-Enhanced Accountability and Catalyzed Responses to Functionalize EmONC in Health Facilities in UgandaPopulation covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONCYemenPackage of EmONC Facilities in Aden Governorate, YemenAccess to care and information for broader determinants of m ...

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IMNHC 2023 offers a unique opportunity for countries to gather in person to network, exchange knowledge, and learn from one another.

Nearly 28 official country delegations were selected through an expression of interest and competitive review process. Delegations will have the opportunity to share learnings, innovations, and best practices through a special Country Showcase session. Below are the topics each country will be presenting on.


PavillionCountryTitle
Small and Sick Newborns (SSNB)
Bangladesh
Scaling up Special Care Newborn Unit and Kangaroo Mother Care for the Survival of Small and Sick Newborn
Small and Sick Newborns (SSNB)
Malawi
Progress on Small and Sick Newborn Care in Malawi
Small and Sick Newborns (SSNB)
Rwanda
Scaling up of Small and Sick Newborn Care in Two Decades
Small and Sick Newborns (SSNB)
Sierra LeoneImproving Neonatal Survival through Establishment of Special Care Baby Units (SCBUs) in Sierra Leone
Population covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONC)
Burkina Faso
Evolution of Maternal and Child Health Financing Strategies in Burkina Faso 2000 - 2022
Population covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONC
Burundi
Accelerate the Reduction of Maternal and Neonatal Mortality in Burundi
Population covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONC
Tanzania
Tanzania's Experience in Improving Availability and Accessibility to Life-saving Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (EmONC)
Population covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONC
Uganda
Strengthening the Availability and Use of MPDSR Data-Enhanced Accountability and Catalyzed Responses to Functionalize EmONC in Health Facilities in Uganda
Population covered by emergency obstetric care (EmONC
Yemen
Package of EmONC Facilities in Aden Governorate, Yemen
Access to care and information for broader determinants of maternal health
Guatemala
Family Planning as a Strategy for Reducing Maternal and Neonatal Morbidity and Mortality
Access to care and information for broader determinants of maternal health
Lebanon
Capitalizing on Crisis Response to Create Opportunities to Optimize Maternal Care
Access to care and information for broader determinants of maternal health
Mozambique
Operationalizing Access to Quality Sick Newborn Care Unit (2019-2023)
Access to care and information for broader determinants of maternal health
Pakistan
Addressing Broader Determinants of RMNCH-Empowering Women from Policy-making to Service Delivery
Access to care and information for broader determinants of maternal health
South AfricaImproving outcomes through focused RMNCAH interventions and multisectoral action
4+ Antenatal Care (ANC) Contacts
Central African Republic
Role of Community Midwives in 4+ ANC: Research in Central African Republic
4+ Antenatal Care (ANC) Contacts
Ghana
Ghana's Maternal Health Insurance Package: Making Sustained Contributions to Improving 4+ANC visits
4+ Antenatal Care (ANC) Contacts
Haiti
How to Improve ANC Attendance in Haiti: Role of Haiti's delivery plan model on ANC
4+ Antenatal Care (ANC) Contacts
Madagascar
Community Participation for improved access to antenatal care in three districts under TIPTOP project (Mananjary, Toliara II and Vohipeno)
4+ Antenatal Care (ANC) Contacts
Nigeria
Nigeria ANC Attendance: A Case Study on Screening of Pregnant Women for NCDs in Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Lagos State
Births Attended by Skilled Birth Attendants (SBA)
Ethiopia
Skilled Birth Attendant Progress in Ethiopia
Births Attended by Skilled Birth Attendants (SBA)
Kenya
Accelerating Skilled Birth Attendance: Kenya's Experience Over the Last Decade
Births Attended by Skilled Birth Attendants (SBA)
Liberia
A Midwifery-led Care Approach
Births Attended by Skilled Birth Attendants (SBA)
Mali
Community Midwifery Deployment Initiative: Analysis of Indicators at One Year of Implementation in Six Regions of Mali
Births Attended by Skilled Birth Attendants (SBA)
Sri Lanka
Increasing SBA While Ensuring Equity
Early Routine Postnatal Care (PNC)
Cote d'Ivoire
Kangaroo Mother Care, Life-saving Intervention: An Experience by Côte d'Ivoire
Early Routine Postnatal Care (PNC)
NepalIncreasing Early Routine Postnatal Care in Nepal
Early Routine Postnatal Care (PNC)
ZambiaStrengthening Maternal and Neonatal PNC services within 48 hours
Early Routine Postnatal Care (PNC)
Zimbabwe
An Application to Improve Early Neonatal Care to Reduce Perinatal Deaths
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