Implementation of the Every Newborn Action Plan: Progress and lessons learned.

  title={Implementation of the Every Newborn Action Plan: Progress and lessons learned.},
  author={Mary V. Kinney and Olive Cocoman and Kim Eva Dickson and Bernadette M. E. G. Daelmans and Nabila Zaka and Natasha R Rhoda and Sarah G Moxon and Lily Kak and Joy E. Lawn and Neena Khadka and G L Darmstadt},
  journal={Seminars in perinatology},
  volume={39 5},
Progress in reducing newborn mortality has lagged behind progress in reducing maternal and child deaths. The Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) was launched in 2014, with the aim of achieving equitable and high-quality coverage of care for all women and newborns through links with other global and national plans and measurement and accountability frameworks. This article aims to assess country progress and the mechanisms in place to support country implementation of the ENAP. A country tracking… CONTINUE READING
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