This webinar highlighted two recently completed case studies prepared by the USAID’s Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) on pro-equity RMNCH programming. Senior Program Officer, Tanvi Monga and Community Health and Civil Society Advisor, David Shanklin shared information from Bangladesh and Honduras to illustrate how RMNCH programs can be designed, implemented and measured to lower barriers to public health services and reach the poorest and most remote populations.
|Pro-Equity RMNCH Programming: Experiences from Bangladesh & Honduras|
Adobe Connect Webinar | Recording
- Using Community Health Units to Promote Equity and Reach the Most Vulnerable: Unidades Comunitarios in Rural Honduras