Parental, New-Born, Child and Juvenile Health

A superior supplement to Acta Paediatric, "Talking Issues for Parental, Child and Child Health Interferences," presents the findings of nine research studies that confirmed and acknowledged the distribution of established maternal, new-born and child health (MNCH) interferences in eight countries: India, Pakistan, Lebanon, China, Egypt, Kenya, Nepal and Syria. The research was organized by the WHO Section of Maternal, new-born, Child and Juvenile Health (MCA) with a grant from the Alliance for Healthcare Policy and Systems Research. Health and nutrition services for new-born babies are essential.

 

  • Track 1-1 Health services
  • Track 2-2 Healthcare facilities
  • Track 3-3 Facility-based health personnel

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