Developing community-based intervention strategies to save newborn lives: lessons learned from formative research in five countries

@article{2008DevelopingCI,
  title={Developing community-based intervention strategies to save newborn lives: lessons learned from formative research in five countries},
  author={},
  journal={Journal of Perinatology},
  year={2008},
  volume={28},
  pages={S2-S8}
}
This paper summarizes lessons learned from formative research conducted in Bangladesh, Ghana, India, Mali and Nepal to inform the development of newborn health interventions, mostly in the context of field trials. Current practices, constraints to the adoption of optimal practices and implications for implementing inventions to improve newborn survival are discussed for: optimal care during pregnancy; skilled care at birth; optimal delivery and newborn care practices; special care of low birth… CONTINUE READING

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