The Woodrow Wilson Center’s Global Health Initiative, Africa Program, and Environmental Change and Security Program, in coordination with the Maternal Health Task Force and UNFPA, invite you to a livestreamed discussion of:Maternal Health Challenges in Kenya: What Research Evidence Shows
Tuesday, July 12, 2011, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m
Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington DC
6th Floor Flom Auditorium
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The Wilson Center’s Global Health Initiative
is traveling to Nairobi to co-host a two-day workshop on July 12-13 with Kenyan policymakers, community health workers, program managers, media, and donors who will discuss Kenya’s maternal health challenges and identify solutions for moving the maternal health agenda forward.
Concurrent with the event in Kenya, the Wilson Center will also be holding a meeting with participants livestreaming in from the Nairobi workshop to present new research and highlight lessons learned from the in-country event. Washington-based participants will also have the unique opportunity to interact with the Nairobi workshop and provide feedback to policymakers via live video conference. A full agenda will follow shortly.
About the 2011 Maternal Health Policy Series
As one of the few forums dedicated to maternal health, the Woodrow Wilson Center’s 2011 Advancing Policy Dialogue on Maternal Health series brings together senior-level policymakers, academic researchers, media, and civil servants from the U.S. government and foreign consuls to identify challenges and discuss strategies for advancing the maternal health agenda.
In order to promote greater voices from the field, the 2011 dialogue is partnering with the African Population Health Research Center in Kenya to co-host a two-part dialogue series with local, regional, and national decision-makers on effective maternal health policies and programs. These in-country dialogue meetings will create a platform for field workers, policymakers, program managers, media, and donors to share research, disseminate lessons learned, and address concerns related to policy, institutional, and organizational capacity building.
The Wilson Center’s Global Health Initiative is pleased to present this series with its co-conveners, the Maternal Health Task Force and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), and is grateful to USAID’s Bureau for Global Health for further technical assistance.
Photo Credit: Mother and Child, courtesy of flickr user The.Rohit.