Provision of Care
The Quality of Care Network is currently led by 11 pathfinder countries already spearheading efforts to improve quality of care in health services: Bangladesh, Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Uganda. Under the leadership of the ministries of health in these countries, the Quality of Care Network supports the implementation of national plans for quality improvement. Data and updates from each of these countries is available on the website.
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All people deserve equal access to high-quality, person-centered maternal and newborn health services. But mothers and newborns are dying from preventable causes every day in countries around the world. FHI 360 operates at all levels of health systems, in collaboration with local partners and ministries of health, to create lasting changes that will help mothers and babies live full and healthy lives. Learn how in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Uganda — by working with health care providers, communities and at the national level — they are putting essential maternal and newborn health services within reach for mothers and babies.
For a deeper look into how FHI 360 puts maternal and newborn health care within reach in Mozambique, check out their photo exposure.