MCHIP Contributions Years 1-5 to Global Gains in Maternal, Newborn and Child Health

Download this publicationGlobally, maternal and child deaths are signifi cantly decreasing. MCHIP activities contribute to these global reductions in maternal and child deaths, and improve the health of women (from planning a family through pregnancy and delivery) and their children (from infancy through childhood). At the household, community, and hospital levels, MCHIP implements and works to scale up high-impact interventions.

This infographic, developed for the USAID flagship Maternal and Child Health Integrated Project (MCHIP), highlights the contributions the project has made to global gains in maternal, newborn, and child health since the project started in 2008. Arielle Winchester/JSI, 2014.

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