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To what extent are adolescents visible in global commitments for MNH and their monitoring and accountability?
Approximately 12 million adolescent girls aged 15-19 years and 2.5 million girls aged less than 16 years give birth each year in low and lower-middle income countries (LLMIC). A standard approach is currently used to provide maternal and newborn health services for adolescents and older mothers despite evidence showing differences in coverage, quality, and outcomes.
Save the Children, in partnership with youth led organizations WETEC and UYAFPAH invite you to a 3-part webinar series targeting policy makers, implementing organizations, donor agencies, ministries of health and advocates (including adolescents). In this series, you will:
• Understand the gaps in MNH coverage, quality, and outcomes for adolescents and their newborns during pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period.
• Explore adaptations required to ensure existing MNH systems and services address these gaps.
• Understand the gaps and opportunities in existing MNH global commitments and their monitoring and accountability systems in demonstrating the unique needs of adolescents and their newborns.

Nov 16, 2021 01:00 PM in Greenwich Mean Time

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