Check out our latest blogs to learn how MOMENTUM works with partners to improve the overall health and well-being of mothers, children, families, and communities.
Working In Harmony: Hospital Mentoring in Indonesia Is Improving Outcomes for Babies and Mothers
In Indonesia, mentoring has allowed Sembiring Delitua Hospital to implement new routine drills for maternal and neonatal emergencies. Learn how this is saving lives in our newest blog.
Celebrating Mothers as Protectors of Health
Empowering Midwives in Ghana Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: Using Telemedicine to Deliver Life-saving Care to Expectant Mothers
Rising to the Challenge: How MOMENTUM Is Helping Partner Countries Introduce the COVID-19 Vaccine
Leave No One Behind: How Can We Reach Every Child with Life-saving Vaccines?
For the past decade, childhood vaccination coverage rates have plateaued to about 85 percent, leaving millions of children vulnerable to life-threatening diseases that vaccines can prevent. Learn how MOMENTUM is working to increase investment in vaccines, making sure routine immunizations remain a priority so that children don’t miss out on getting the vital vaccines they need.
4 Ways to Approach WASH Challenges in Health Care Facilities during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Gathering Evidence to Better Understand How Countries Are Responding to COVID-19
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, MOMENTUM has been using data from past disease outbreaks and gathering emerging evidence to support countries in preventing and responding to essential service disruptions.
Disrupted Health Services during COVID-19: How Do We Address It?
Better Care for Babies Born Too Soon
Each year, an estimated 15 million babies around the world—one in ten—are born prematurely, making preterm birth one of the leading causes of death for children under the age of five. When a baby is born too soon, health complications due to their early birth can decrease their chances of survival and their ability to live long, healthy lives. But by supporting families, as well as health professionals and the systems they work in, we can reduce the burden of preterm births where it is greatest.